While testing upstream kernel on some devices, I've recently
discovered that suspend was broken for "distro kernel" (not only
related to fedora kernel, but also ubuntu).
TBH I'm not particular surprised to see this, I'm aware it works for
some aarch64 devices but I've not had the time to focus on anything
around suspend because well making/keeping things booting and the
basics takes up a lot of my time.
I order to debug this, I was advised to use a serial console and
with theses options:
This good information, would you be able to assist in documenting this
in a wiki page. I've created an initial template  so feel free to
Then using systemctl suspend outputs this report for me:
Basically, I'm running a tegra device, but a pxa driver (unrelated to
the device) lead to a crash preventing suspend.
Has this been reported to the pxa_gpio driver maintainer upstream?
Without that the above bug report will sit until I have the time to
deal with it so it's unlikely to go too far. Please feel free to cc:
on emails if it will assist with accelerating fixes.
I would like others on this list to try to report such use case, I
don't expect pxa_gpio to be the only driver to have issue in the
fedora config. Specially as it does not have problem at boot time or
shutdown so this problem might remains silent.
I'm very sure that is the case.
> Please don't forget to block ARMTracker on bugzilla.redhat.com
> mention it there if you uses upstream bug tracker.
> Thx for any report.
> Nicolas (kwizart)
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