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2016 Jun 10
2
[RFC] LLVM Coroutines
Hi Eli: >> semantics of the fork intrinsic... thinking about it a bit more, I think >> you're going to run into problems with trying to keep around a return block >> through optimizations: How about this? Make all control flow explicit (duh). declare i8 coro.suspend([...]) returns: 0 - resume 1 - cleanup anything else - suspend Now we can get
2016 Jun 12
2
[RFC] LLVM Coroutines
Hi Eli: >> Block1: >> %0 = call i8 coro.suspend() >> switch i8 %0, label suspend1 [i8 0 %return] ; or icmp + br i1 >> Suspend1: >> switch i8 %0, label %resume1 [i8 1 %destroy1] ; or icmp + br i1 >> >> This doesn't look right: intuitively the suspend happens after the return >> block runs. Perhaps, but, that is not the intended
2013 Feb 19
1
[PATCH] drm/nouveau: fix suspend bug in nvc0 fence implementation
Everywhere else the constant is multiplied by 16/4, so it looks like nvc0_fence_suspend/resume is buggy here. Signed-off-by: Maarten Lankhorst <m.b.lankhorst at gmail.com> Cc: stable at vger.kernel.org [3.7+] --- diff --git a/drivers/gpu/drm/nouveau/nvc0_fence.c b/drivers/gpu/drm/nouveau/nvc0_fence.c index 85a0e78..4f46d8b 100644 ---
2007 Jan 17
6
Ehancement to domU suspend/resume
Hi, all, When working on adding PM support to xen, we realized that some enhancements are required to suspend/resume domU. Following is some background and thoughts, and welcome on comments. :-) Currently we use a simple approach (pause/unpause) for domU when ready to pull whole platform into a power save state, saying a S3. Because pause/unpause is out of domU''s
2007 Aug 15
2
suspend to ram
hello i think i found a bug i wanted nut to suspend to ram instead of powering off so i made a script that runs the commands but i ran into a problem i changed the shutdown command in upsmon.conf to my suspend script and i tested with upsmon -c fsd everything worked fine system went into suspend and i woke it backup by pressing the power button, now here is where i noticed some problems first one
2011 Mar 11
2
[GIT PULL stable-2.6.32.x] PV on HVM fixes
Hi Jeremy, I backported the branch I have in linux-next plus some older PV on HVM fixes to stable-2.6.32.x. Please pull: git://xenbits.xen.org/people/sstabellini/linux-pvhvm.git stable-2.6.32-pvhvm Ian Campbell (11): xen: do not respond to unknown xenstore control requests xen: use new schedop interface for suspend xen: switch to new schedop hypercall by
2014 Jun 13
6
[Bug 79988] New: Suspend to ram stoped to work
...983 --> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/attachment.cgi?id=100983&action=edit /var/log/messages I use suse 13.1 xorg 7.6.1 mesa 10.2.1 Since kernel 3.15, suspend to ram don't work. I seem to suspend and come back directly I get this messages nouveau [ DRM] suspending display... nouveau [ DRM] unpinning framebuffer(s)... nouveau [ DRM] evicting buffers... nouveau [ DRM] waiting for kernel channels to go idle... nouveau [ DRM] suspending client object trees... nouveau [ DRM] suspending kernel object tree... nouveau E[ PDISP][0000:01:00....
2016 Nov 08
2
[PATCH] drm/nouveau: Drop superfluous DRM_SWITCH_POWER_DYNAMIC_OFF checks
nouveau's ->suspend and ->resume callbacks are currently skipped if the device's status is either DRM_SWITCH_POWER_OFF (powered off by vga_switcheroo manual power control) or DRM_SWITCH_POWER_DYNAMIC_OFF (runtime suspended). In the former case this makes sense since the device is powered off behind the PM core's back: It will try to execute the ->suspend and ->resume
2016 Jun 11
4
[RFC] LLVM Coroutines
On Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 5:25 PM, Gor Nishanov <gornishanov at gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Eli: > > >> Naively, you would expect that it would be legal to hoist the store... > >> but that breaks your coroutine semantics because the global could be > mutated > >> between the first return and the resume. > > Hmmm... I don't see the problem. I think
2014 May 13
5
[LLVMdev] Finding safe thread suspension points while JIT-ing (was: Add pass run listeners to the pass manager.)
...llback function may be called by LLVM to transfer /// control back to the client that invoked the LLVM compilation. The client /// is not garantueed to ever receive this callback. It is at the sole /// discretion of LLVM to do so and only if it can guarantee that suspending /// the thread won't block any forward progress in other LLVM contexts. void setMaySuspendCallback(MaySuspendCallbackTy Callback, void *OpaqueHandle); /// \brief Calls the may-suspend callback (if applicable). /// /// This transfers control back...
2016 Jun 09
2
[RFC] LLVM Coroutines
On Thu, Jun 9, 2016 at 1:49 PM, Eli Friedman <eli.friedman at gmail.com> wrote: >> Right... but that doesn't mean the call to the suspend intrinsic has to be >> the last non-terminator instruction in the basic block before you run >> CoroSplit. You can split the basic block in CoroSplit so any instructions >> after the suspend call are part of a different basic
2010 Jun 05
5
Can't start Wine after suspend on Laptop
Currently running Wine 1.2-rc2 on Ubuntu 10.04 x64 on a Lenovo ThinkPad x61. After doing a suspend, I can't run Wine. The app I normally run with Wine is Lotus Notes. But I've tried something as simple as going in to the wine config. I tried doing a wineserver -k but that doesn't help either. Only thing I found to work is a full reboot. This has actually been happening since Ubuntu
2007 Oct 04
1
Problems suspending/hibernating Dell Latitude D810 with CentOS 5
Hi all. I'm having problems trying to suspend/hibernate my Dell Latitude D810 Laptop. Basically I have an ATI X600 videographics and SATA harddrive and run httpd and mysqld daemons on it. I use fglrx (ATI propietary drivers) and the open too with no success. I tried with 1 and 2 screens configurations with no success. I tried with CA and/or with battery with no success. I need
2020 Jul 03
5
[RFC]: mm,power: introduce MADV_WIPEONSUSPEND
On Fri 03-07-20 10:34:09, Catangiu, Adrian Costin wrote: > This patch adds logic to the kernel power code to zero out contents of > all MADV_WIPEONSUSPEND VMAs present in the system during its transition > to any suspend state equal or greater/deeper than Suspend-to-memory, > known as S3. How does the application learn that its memory got wiped? S2disk is an async operation and it
2020 Jul 03
5
[RFC]: mm,power: introduce MADV_WIPEONSUSPEND
On Fri 03-07-20 10:34:09, Catangiu, Adrian Costin wrote: > This patch adds logic to the kernel power code to zero out contents of > all MADV_WIPEONSUSPEND VMAs present in the system during its transition > to any suspend state equal or greater/deeper than Suspend-to-memory, > known as S3. How does the application learn that its memory got wiped? S2disk is an async operation and it
2016 Jun 10
2
[RFC] LLVM Coroutines
On Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 6:36 AM, Gor Nishanov <gornishanov at gmail.com> wrote: > >> If you're going down that route, that still leaves the question of the > >> semantics of the fork intrinsic... thinking about it a bit more, I think > >> you're going to run into problems with trying to keep around a return > block > >> through optimizations:
2007 May 01
1
CentOS 5.0 suspend to disk (hibernate)
The RHEL 5 release notes for their desktop version claim "Improved ACPI support with features such as suspend to disk" but this isn't working with CentOS 5. I've installed all the packages and updates for CentOS 5 i386 on a ThinkPad T43 but when selecting suspend, Gnome pops up a URL to a site that didn't seem to give a solution. Gnome makes an entry in
2015 Aug 11
3
Do I need to enable qemu-ga's guest-suspend: hybrid/suspend-ram/disk/shutdown?
How do I "enable" qemu-ga on a guest to be able to (I think this means have a success-response:true) for: guest-suspend-hybrid; guest-suspend-ram; guest-suspend-disk; and guest-shutdown? At least I think that's my question. http://wiki.stoney-cloud.org/wiki/Qemu_Guest_Agent_Integration shows these same 4 as false, so I'm not sure if they're always supposed to
2019 Sep 23
8
[PATCH 0/8] Add workaround for fixing runpm
Changes since last sent: * add a patch to set the device into DRM_SWITCH_POWER_CHANGING state (can be dropped actually, I thought I was needing it, came up with a different approach and forgot to delete it, doesn't hurt though) * expose information about runtime suspending to nvkm so that we can run the pcie workaround only on runtime suspend Karol Herbst (8): pci: disable ASPM before changing the link speed pci/gk104: enable dl_mgr safe mode pci/gk104: wait for ltssm idle before changing the link pci: enable pcie link changes for pascal drm: set...
2016 Dec 14
1
[PATCH] drm/nouveau: Drop superfluous DRM_SWITCH_POWER_DYNAMIC_OFF checks
Hi Ben, On Tue, Nov 08, 2016 at 09:29:38PM +0100, Peter Wu wrote: > On Tue, Nov 08, 2016 at 12:57:00PM +0100, Lukas Wunner wrote: > > nouveau's ->suspend and ->resume callbacks are currently skipped if the > > device's status is either DRM_SWITCH_POWER_OFF (powered off by > > vga_switcheroo manual power control) or DRM_SWITCH_POWER_DYNAMIC_OFF > > (runtime