0.3.2, using an C2D P8600, that is 800-1600-2400-"2401" MHz, VIDs/FIDs see abovelio wrote:What kind of CPU do you have? Which patch-version do you use: 0.3.2 or 0.4.0?
I have just repeated sleep testing with all installed kernels using the grub edit menu to remove the phc piece (but module/dpkg entry still present). 3.11.0-15-generic, -14 and -13. Alle three fail with and without phc. That is not normal.lio wrote:Is the suspend-fail reproducible over multiple reboots and does it on the other side succeed with the stock acpi-cpufreq?
I know, I hold a bunch undervolting records at hardwareluxx.de, but for AMD desktop machineslio wrote:It could all be related – If you undervolt your system to much it crashs in an instant. No crash does not mean the lower voltage is safe to use.
Yet, these are old settings that used to work 100%, but the CPU may have gotten older and requires now a tad more. I'll disable the settings that are auto-applied by tlp.
Oh god, nolio wrote: Next step would be to test a vanilla kernel from kernel.org with phc applied.