Immediate resume from suspend on Thinkstation

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Re: Immediate resume from suspend on Thinkstation

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2020-03-26 15:01

bremington wrote:I have tried to disable wol

Does your motherboard firmware ("BIOS") have an option for that? I think that should be preferred over software solutions.

Otherwise add a file at /etc/pm/power.d/disable_wol to override /usr/lib/pm-utils/power.d/disable_wol. Or just remove pm-utils.

bremington wrote:Some odd quirk in the BIOS or possibly with the NIC is where my thinking is going

Yes, perhaps. See also https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wa ... nel_quirks

tl;dr: add the xhci_hcd.quirks=270336 kernel parameter.
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Re: Immediate resume from suspend on Thinkstation

Postby bremington » 2020-03-26 16:23

Deb-fan:

Thanks for your understanding of my boneheaded, OCD, nitpicking perfectionism:-) In reality, it isn't bad just shutting down and booting up again, but tell my stubborn head that.

I'm running a very recent SSD and, I have to say that I consider the performance of this old boat anchor w/ Deb10 to be practically miraculous. Running "free -h" shows very little swap usage. The responsiveness of the system tells this former SunOS/Solaris admin (OK, only a few boxes at work years ago) that I'm definitely not running into swap hell. I know all too well that draggy feeling of a system with RAM cram:-)
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Re: Immediate resume from suspend on Thinkstation

Postby bremington » 2020-03-26 22:53

Disabled in BIOS:

WOL
PCI Wakeup
Wake 0n Alarm
PCI Modem Ring Detection
Preboot Execution Envitronment (PXE).

Wasn't XHCI introduced in USB 3.0? My USB ports are only 2.0. No references to XHCI in BIOS.

I tried the xhci_hcd.quirks boot param (which I guess makes no sense if XHCI was introduced in USB 3.0) and it made -- tada! -- no difference.

I uninstalled pm_utils and ... no difference.

And, thanks again.
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