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* Open reiserfs transactions (was Re: 2.6.19-rc5: grub is much slower resuming from suspend-to-disk than in 2.6.18)
@ 2007-02-12 9:34 Stefan Rompf
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From: Stefan Rompf @ 2007-02-12 9:34 UTC (permalink / raw)
To: linux-kernel; +Cc: arvidjaar
Andrey Borzenkov wrote:
> This is rather funny; in 2.6.19-rc5 grub is *really* slow loading kernel
> when I switch on the system after suspend to disk. Actually, after kernel
> has been loaded, the whole resuming (up to the point I have usable desktop
> again) takes about three time less than the process of loading kernel +
> initrd. During loading disk LED is constantly lit. This almost looks like
> kernel leaves HDD in some strange state, although I always assumed HDD/IDE
> is completely reinitialized in this case.
I have the same problem since I made my desktop computer able to suspend
again. As others in this thread said, grub replays all open transactions
internally before accessing a file on an unclean reiserfs partition.
>From some tests, 2.6.19(.x) seems to keep quite a bunch of open transactions
even if I do multiple syncs just before a hard reset or echo
>/proc/acpi/sleep on an idle system. I haven't verified against 2.6.18 yet,
but there have been some non cosmetical reiserfs updates in 2.6.19. Anyone
aware of a change that may cause this behaviour?
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