Hi. I’m on the latest CLD release and I’m experiencing some problems with sleep/resume.
One at a time: first of all, the resume time is too long, around 10 s. In any other distribution I’ve installed in this same hardware (Toshiba Z830, Intel Sandy Bridge chipset, SSD), resume after suspend is almost instantaneous, less than 1 s.
After system installation, I haven’t installed/removed any software. So, I have the out of the box setup. Does anybody have a clue about why CLD may be taking so long in resuming? What’s your experience?
Thanks Elena. I’m on CLD 12.0.3 stable, with kernel 3.5.3. calculate-sources are the kernel sources? If so, I could try upgrading.
The thread you provide describes the same symptoms I experience in my laptop, with the only difference that I don’t need to wait for minutes, but “only” for 10-15 seconds. However, I also experience the really odd issue concerning how long has the laptop been sleeping. If it only slept for a couple of minutes, resume takes around 12 secs, but works; if it slept for half an hour or more, then resume never takes place and the laptop totally freezes.
Curiously enough, the pm-suspend.log reports that the whole awake process takes only one second, and shows no errors:
Yes, those are the kernel sources, and updating your system could actually help. The symptoms you’re describing are precisely the same I experienced, and while on the same kernel as you; I had to switch to ck-sources before v3.6.6 was released. And now, with the latest calculate-sources-3.6.7, both my laptop and desktop go to sleep and wake up just perfect.