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--- Comment #6 from Chen Yu ( ---
(In reply to harryharryharry from comment #0)
> Created attachment 273951 [details]
> dmesg after suspending (kernel compiled with acpi debug features enabled)
> With kernel releases candidates around v4.14-rc7 there was a brief period
> the kernel allowed my Asus X205TA to reach S0I3 
> suspend state (with power led off) as it does under windows, this state is
> very power efficient. In later releases of v4.14 I 
> needed to revert a commit by Rafael J. Wysocki <>
> (specifically the runtime.c hunk):
> ?h=next-20180129&id=d5919dcc349d2a16d805ef8096d36e4f519e42ae
> To achieve the same results.
May I know how did you figure out the first bad commit? Just curious on how to
debug such kind of s0ix residency issues..

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