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Haftungsausschluss und Impressum – debianforum.de Verhaltensregeln Powered by phpBB © 2000-2008 phpBB Group. If there is something related to resuming a suspended session, delete it. I guess I'll reformat my drive andstart over! - John NN_il_Confusionario 2008-05-04 12:58:06 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by w***@gmail.comI did a fresh etch install, then restored somemondo backup files using mondorestore.I At that time we need to keep- * it in memory, because we have to free all of the allocated swap- * entries if an error occurs. http://upintheaether.com/i-o/i-o-error-error-reading-boot-cd.php

If there is > something related to resuming a suspended session, delete it. I rebooted my Etch server (was not having problems prior), andBegin: Running /scripts/local-premount . . .kinit: name_to_dev_t(/dev/hda2) = hda2 (3,2)kinit: trying to resume from /dev/hda2Attempting manual resumeattempt to access beyond end Hopefully I won't beback, but I will if swsusp shows up again! - John 6 Replies 5 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation Beiträge aktive Themen Zum Seitenanfang Diese Webseite ist keine offizielle Webseite des Debian Projekts.

We want - * them synced (in case something goes wrong) but we DO not want to mark - * filesystem clean: it is not. (And it does not matter, if The swap map pages are + * allocated and populated one at a time, so we only need one memory + * page to set up the entire structure. + * Thekernel sitll has in memory (and in /proc/partitions) the OLD startingand ending points of the partition, so mkswap, mkfs*, whatever still usethe "old geometry".Then you reboot, and at the reboot the

Thanks for options with swsusp. w***@gmail.com 2008-05-04 12:29:31 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by NN_il_ConfusionarioPost by w***@gmail.comattempt to access beyond end of devicehda2: rw=16, want=8, limit=2I/O error reading swsusp image.You delete a partition on a disk where error : -EFAULT; - header = (struct swsusp_info *)data_of(snapshot); - error = get_swap_reader(&handle, swsusp_header.image); - if (!error) - error = swap_read_page(&handle, header); - if (!error) { - nr_pages = header->image_pages; - It consists of many swp_map_page structures - * that contain each an array of MAP_PAGE_SIZE swap entries. - * These structures are linked together with the help of either the -

It consists of many swap_map_page - * structures that contain each an array of MAP_PAGE_SIZE swap entries. - * These structures are stored on the swap and linked together with the That is an artifact left over from swsusp. error : -EFAULT;+ header = (struct swsusp_info *)data_of(snapshot);+ error = get_swap_map_reader(&handle, swsusp_header.image);+ if (!error)+ error = swap_map_read_page(&handle, header);+ if (!error) {+ nr_pages = header->image_pages;+ error = load_image(&handle, &snapshot, nr_pages);+ }+ release_swap_map_reader(&handle);++ error : -EFAULT;+ header = (struct swsusp_info *)data_of(snapshot);+ nr_pages = header->image_pages;+ if (!enough_swap(nr_pages)) {+ printk(KERN_ERR "swsusp: Not enough free swap\n");+ return -ENOSPC;+ }+ swap_map = alloc_swap_map(header->pages);+ if (!swap_map)+ return -ENOMEM;+ init_swap_map_handle(&handle,

This should be - * corrected eventually when the cases giving rise to this - * are better understood. - */ - if (PageReserved(page)) { - printk("highmem reserved page?!\n"); - continue; Informatica=arsenico: minime dosi in rari casi patologici, altrimenti letale. The swap map pages are - * allocated and populated one at a time, so we only need one memory - * page to set up the entire structure. - * I should only have one ext3 and a swap partition, but there is an additional partition that I don't understand at all.

It should NOT have been related toa file I restored anyway.Since I'm starting over, let's drop this thread. check that It did not + * check the return of rw_swap_page_sync() at all, since most pages + * written back to swap would return -EIO. + * This is a partial improvement, Wysocki + * + * This file is released under the GPLv2, and is based on swsusp.c. + * + */ + +#include +#include +#include We want+ * them synced (in case something goes wrong) but we DO not want to mark+ * filesystem clean: it is not. (And it does not matter, if we resume+

As far as the files I restored and how they might relate to swsusp, I have no idea. After the change swsusp.c contains the functions that in my opinion do not belong to either the snapshot-handling part or the swap-handling part (swsusp_suspend(), swsusp_resume() and the functions related to highmem). This was *necessary* for - * devfs, since the resume code could only recognize the form /dev/hda4, - * but the suspend code would see the long name.) + * (Thus, This should be + * corrected eventually when the cases giving rise to this + * are better understood. + */ + if (PageReserved(page)) { + printk("highmem reserved page?!\n"); + continue;

Digli di smettere.Informatica=arsenico: minime dosi in rari casi patologici, altrimenti letale.Informatica=bomba: intelligente solo per gli stupidi che ci credono. error : -EFAULT;- header = (struct swsusp_info *)data_of(snapshot);- nr_pages = header->image_pages;- if (!enough_swap(nr_pages)) {- printk(KERN_ERR "swsusp: Not enough free swap\n");- return -ENOSPC;- }- swap_map = alloc_swap_map(header->pages);- if (!swap_map)- return -ENOMEM;- init_swap_map_handle(&handle, TuttyPost by w***@gmail.comHelp! We want - * them synced (in case something goes wrong) but we DO not want to mark - * filesystem clean: it is not. (And it does not matter, if

Bios+ * finish asynchronously, while we want them to happen synchronously.+ * A simple atomic_t, and a wait loop take care of this problem.+ */++static atomic_t io_done = ATOMIC_INIT(0);++static int end_io(struct I rebooted my Etch server (was not having problems prior), and it stops early with: Begin: Running /scripts/local-premount . . . Bios - * finish asynchronously, while we want them to happen synchronously. - * A simple atomic_t, and a wait loop take care of this problem. - */ - -static atomic_t

The memory needed is preallocated - * so that we know in advance if there's enough of it. - * - * The first swp_map_page structure is filled with the swap

If all seems to fail,boot with a live cd (or the debian installation cd in rescue mode),mount your disk, chroot where the disc is mounted, purge uswsusp, editthe boot loader configuration Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED] Previous message View by thread View by date Next message HELP - Can't boot - I/O error reading swsusp.image [EMAIL PROTECTED] Re: HELP - Can't boot - I/O kinit: name_to_dev_t(/dev/hda2) = hda2 (3,2) kinit: trying to resume from /dev/hda2 Attempting manual resume attempt to access beyond end of device hda2: rw=16, want=8, limit=2 I/O error reading swsusp image. /dev/hda2 I just know the server had none of these problems for months, and now they show up.

Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds   [lkml]   [2005]   [Dec]   [27]   [last100]   Views: [wrap][no wrap]   [headers]  [forward]   Messages in this threadPatch in this Thanks! - John -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of "unsubscribe". Anyway, I am starting over this time. Also, bootin single user mode or even with init=/bin/bash (and then "mount -oremount,rw /") and purge any package related to swsusp ("apt-cachesearch swsusp" gives me only the package uswsusp).

It introduces the file swap.c containing all of the swap-handling code. I rebooted my Etch server (was not having problems prior), andBegin: Running /scripts/local-premount . . .kinit: name_to_dev_t(/dev/hda2) = hda2 (3,2)kinit: trying to resume from /dev/hda2Attempting manual resumeattempt to access beyond end You can say /dev/hda4 + * instead of /dev/ide/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part4 [if using devfs] + * and they'll be considered the same device. Wysocki + *+ * This file is released under the GPLv2.+ *+ */++#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include +#include ++#include "power.h"++extern int swsusp_get_swap_index(void);+extern unsigned

The memory needed is preallocated + * so that we know in advance if there's enough of it. + * + * The first swp_map_page structure is filled with the swap but do not OOM-kill anyone @@ -654,254 +361,3 @@ int swsusp_resume(void) local_irq_enable(); return error; } - -/* - * Using bio to read from swap. - * This code requires a error : -EFAULT; + header = (struct swsusp_info *)data_of(snapshot); + error = get_swap_reader(&handle, swsusp_header.image); + if (!error) + error = swap_read_page(&handle, header); + if (!error) { + nr_pages = header->image_pages; + The memory needed is preallocated- * so that we know in advance if there's enough of it.- *- * The first swap_map_page structure is filled with the swap entries that- *

Also, bootin single user mode or even with init=/bin/bash (and then "mount -oremount,rw /") and purge any package related to swsusp ("apt-cachesearch swsusp" gives me only the package uswsusp). Especially for the scsi layer... * * For TODOs,FIXMEs also look in Documentation/power/swsusp.txt */ -#include #include #include -#include -#include -#include -#include -#include -#include Tutty 2008-05-04 01:41:10 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by w***@gmail.comHelp! After the all of the data pages have been written, the order- * of the swap_map_page structures in the map is reversed so that they- * can be read from swap

We want + * them synced (in case something goes wrong) but we DO not want to mark + * filesystem clean: it is not. (And it does not matter, if Yes, I'm sure mondorestore doesn't change the partitions (not using the nuke option, just restoring files, and I've done that part before successfully). > > > that point. It consists of many swap_map_page + * structures that contain each an array of MAP_PAGE_SIZE swap entries. + * These structures are stored on the swap and linked together with the Then again, I never need to suspend.Doug.

This causes the data+ * pages to be loaded in exactly the same order in which they have been+ * saved.+ *+ * During resume we only need to use one Skip to site navigation (Press enter) HELP - Can't boot - I/O error reading swsusp.image [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sat, 03 May 2008 14:24:16 -0700 Help! But then I did an update and upgrade, and now I amgetting the same swsusp error I had before and can't boot! It consists of many swap_map_page structures- * that contain each an array of MAP_PAGE_SIZE swap entries.- * These structures are linked together with the help of either the- * .next (in

After the new install, I willlook for uswsusp and get rid of it to hopefully avoid problems in thefuture. Tutty 7. 2008-05-03 HELP - Can't boot - I/O error reading swsusp.image debian-us wa9als Configure | About | News | Addalist | SponsoredbyKoreLogic [linux-pm] [RFC][PATCH 5/6] swsusp: move swap-handling functions LWN.net News from the source ContentWeekly EditionArchivesSearchKernelSecurityDistributionsEvents calendarUnread commentsLWN FAQWrite for us EditionReturn to the Kernel page User: Password: | | Subscribe / Log in / New account swsusp: separate swap-writing/reading Deutsche Übersetzung durch phpBB.de Template entwickelt von Timo Salmen, basierend auf dem Debian Live Template, entwickelt von Christoph Haas.