suspend-to-mem on the mpc8349e-mitx-gp?

Pavel Machek pavel at
Thu Mar 26 05:23:56 EST 2009

On Wed 2009-03-25 11:31:57, Scott Wood wrote:
> Pavel Machek wrote:
>>> Pavel, what's the preferred way for current PM sub-system?
>> If you have single sleep state, use "mem" > /sys/power/state. 
>> If you have two, use mem and standby. Do you have more?
> Some of our chips have two, and some have one.  However, the sleep state  
> of the chips that have only one is the same as the "standby" state of  
> the chips that have two, not the "mem" state.  Accepting "mem" and
> only  

Ok, I guess it makes sense to use "standby" for the single sleep
state, then... It is not really a big deal, anyway.

> "mem" for the one-state chip seems like the most confusing of the  
> options discussed.  There would be no consistent way for userspace to  
> request the milder suspend state.

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