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KernelTrap: Reviewing Suspend2

Jun 29, 2006, 09:15 (0 Talkback[s])

"Nigel Cunningham submitted his suspend2 patches to the lkml for review and inclusion into Andrew Morton's -mm tree. Jens Axboe summarized the current roadblocks to merging suspend2, 'now I haven't followed the suspend2 vs swsusp debate very closely, but it seems to me that your biggest problem with getting this merged is getting consensus on where exactly this is going. Nobody wants two different suspend modules in the kernel. So there are two options--suspend2 is deemed the way to go, and it gets merged and replaces swsusp. Or the other way around--people like swsusp more, and you are doomed to maintain suspend2 outside the tree...'"

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