Joined: 22 Apr 2007
|Posted: Wed Jul 31, 2013 1:49 am Post subject: tuxonice over file and reiserfs kernel panic
|Hi people, I have a system installed over a LVM+cryptoLuks schema with the following partitions
Since kernel 3.6 I'm getting kernel panics when I try to hibernate to a swapfile of 17 GB (I have 16GB as physical memory) in /. In addition to that I'm able to hibernate with kernel linux-3.4.11-tuxonice and below.
However AFAK kernel panics haven't logs so I took two pictures for the problem. From the "logs" I guessed that I had issues with my reiserfs partition so I've checked it with fsck.reiserfs but the tool didn't reported any problems. I can reproduce this problem with vanilla kernel patched by myself, tuxonice-sources, and pf-sources.
In addition to that I tried to wipe the entire partition and install portage again, but I got the same result. Here are the pictures of the kernel panic:
A workarround that I've found is that if I unmount portage partition as a previous step to the hibernation process I can hibernate successfully. Sadly, I'm able to do this automatically just with hibernate-script, and as a Gnome user I'm accustomed to pm-utils (because of its integration with Gnome),
So my questions are:
1) Is there any location where I can get a log from the kernel panics?
2) Had anyone experienced this situation?
3) There is some workarround to unmount partitions with pm-utils?
4) Anyone knows how to fix this ?