On 09/17/15 04:31, Ian Smith wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Sep 2015 10:52:23 +0200, Dan Lukes wrote:
> > Colin Percival wrote:
> > > I think we need to get the kernel ACPI bits to disable Suspend.
> > I consider it is suboptimal solution. I wish the suspend still happen if
> > shutdown will not complete for any reason. All I want is that lid close
> > doesn't trigger any action during shutdown.
This doesn't make any sense to me. If the shutdown fails, how likely is it
that suspend will work?
> > So what about hw.acpi.lid_switch_state just to be set to NONE during
> > shutdown ?
> That sounds sensible and likely much easier to accomplish. It needs to
> happen early enough in shutdown to beat the fastest of lid-slammers :)
I considered that option but thought that disabling suspend completely
would be better in case it was triggered by something else -- for example,
power management which autosuspends based on battery level or inactivity.
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