[RESOLVED] hibernate not working with kernel 6.3, worked with 6.2
mdmarmer
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with 6.3, hibernate takes proper snapshot but system doesn't shut down
i have 6.3.4-1 and 6.2.15-1 installed

< Edited by mdmarmer :: May 31, 23, 10:29 >

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damentz
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Can you reproduce with any non-Liquorix 6.3 kernel?
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don't know
mdmarmer
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thanks, damentz. do u have suggestions to debug this problem? this laptop system won't boot with siduction kernel 6.3, and i don't have hibernate set up on my desktop. maybe i will set up on there soon -- swap is a disk file on desktop but not that hard to get hibernate set up anyway.
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The best advice I can give is to try reading through this guide to pinpoint what is most likely causing the issue: 01.org/blogs/rzhang/2015/best-practice-debug-linux-suspend/hibernate-issues

It'll be slow and grueling but at least you'll be able to identify the problematic subsystem, or even get a useful stack trace to go off of. Otherwise, I don't use hibernate myself, so I don't have a means to test if any of my systems are affected. However, suspend does work on all my laptops so I know at least that's not broken (for my hardware).
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got to boot with siduction-amd64
mdmarmer
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i removed pci=nocrs and laptop system boots with siduction 6.3 kernel. hibernate locks screen, does not take snapshot or anything else. thanks again
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Fixed now with 6.3.5-1-liquorix-amd64 kernel!
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hibernate working correctly with new kernel
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Thanks for verifying, looks like it was an upstream issue fixed in 6.3.5. Will mark as resolved.
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