Subject: Re: Re: ex0 driver trouble in -current
To: Masanori Kanaoka <email@example.com>
From: Feico Dillema <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/26/2001 15:25:54
On Tue, Apr 24, 2001 at 05:06:21AM +0900, Masanori Kanaoka wrote:
> $ I applied the patch, but the same problem pops up. It is definately
> $ power-management related as the problem disappears when I start apmd
> $ with option -a to ignore BIOS-initiated sleep events. Interface goes
> $ `down' (without thæt fact showing up in ifconfig) but when the system
> $ gets makes up (by keypress) it does not come up again. Only explicit
> $ ifconfig down and up awakes the interface again.
> Would you please try next patch?
Hmmm, it does seem to work better. When I put the machine manually in
standby mode (apm -S) it looses connectivity, but a keypress brings
the network back up. Still have to test BIOS-initiated sleeps (which
seem to be lighter standby/sleep-mode). Still question remains whether
on a desktop machine the network interface should go into power-save
mode in the first place (and loose connectivity). Presonally, I'd
prefer to see connectivity intact (at least for standby mode). You can
always add ifconfig down to /etc/amd scripts if you want to...