[Dextrose] WiFi vs Suspend
forster at ozonline.com.au
forster at ozonline.com.au
Wed Aug 25 01:31:41 EDT 2010
Sorry, on closer inspection its not locked up, it just looks like its locked up because it is doing something else for a long time.
Can be replicated 100%. Shut the lid for a while, 5 minutes is not long enough 1.5 hours is. Resume from sleep. The Wifi shows it is connected at 100% signal (signal is not 100%). There is no internet access. There is no response to Disconnect. Previously I had given up and restarted but if you wait 3 minutes or so it disconnects and then works normally.
> [cc += olpc-devel]
> El Wed, 25-08-2010 a las 11:05 +1000, forster at ozonline.com.au escribió:
> > OS373pyg
> > Wifi is locked up after resume from sleep, must restart.
> > I presume this bug is being tracked at dev.laptop.org/ in one of the 4 tickets below
> > http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/10232 WiFi dies on suspended XO-1,os300
> > http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/10092 Networking broken over suspend/resume on os13 for XO-1
> > http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/9960 wake-on-WLAN doesn't always work\ (duplicate)
> > http://dev.laptop.org/ticket/9967 ibertas suspend fails on XO-1 (fixed)
> There are a number of unsolved bugs in the libertas kernel driver or in
> its fantastically proprietary firmare. If you turned on automatic power
> management on an XO-1, you might be seeing this other one:
> In short, very rarely the libertas usb8xxx disappears from the USB bus
> when it receives certain commands from the driver. Suspend/resume are
> known to trigger quite frequently and the mesh also seems to cause it
> once or twice per day in a classroom of 30 students.
> Because time for debugging was running out, in the latest beta builds I
> had to disable both mesh support and automatic power management in the
> attempt to get rid of this bug. After one week of testing, the problem
> was not reported any more.
> If you spot this bug again, could you please:
> * check whether eth0 is still visible with "ifconfig -a"
> * check whether the Marvell 8xxx is still visible with "lsusb"
> * "dmesg >dmesg.out" and attach it to the bug. Dextrose enables
> libertas debug in /etc/rc.local to help diagnose this bug.
> This never ending saga brings me back to an exasperated email that David
> Woodhouse wrote about 3 years ago, after spending many days in
> unfruitful debugging, in which he warned that access to the source code
> of the firmware was essential in order to nail down all the obscure
> Libertas bugs.
> // Bernie Innocenti - http://codewiz.org/
> \X/ Sugar Labs - http://sugarlabs.org/
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