Warner Losh wrote:
> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Mitsuru IWASAKI writes:
> : Maybe I'm wrong because of lack of my understanding on crush dump and
> : loader.  Please help us :-)
> I think that you might be able to do this.  The real tricky part maybe
> saving hardware RAM that the drivers expect to be there when you
> wakeup.  I thinking of video ram and the X server's font cache, to
> name one example.

It would be the driver's responsibility to save what it can on SLEEP,
and rebuild what it couldn't on WAKE. If the driver is simply incapable
for some reason, either always or at specific times, it should fail on
SLEEP, effectively disabling hybernation on any setup with it

Daniel C. Sobral                        (8-DCS)

                "He is my minion, so he doesn't need a name."

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