Ticket #10369 (closed defect: fixed)
Suspended XO-1 leaves CPU LED on after unplugging AC power
|Reported by:||hal.murray||Owned by:||pgf|
|Component:||power manager (powerd)||Version:||1.5/1.0 Software Build os852 aka 10.1.2|
|Action Needed:||no action||Verified:||no|
|Deployments affected:||Blocked By:|
This may be tangled up with bug #10232.
I'm running a fake NTP server so I can monitor the clock over the net. The XO occasionally stops responding with the WiFi LED off.
If I wait for that to happen and then remove AC power, the CPU LED (lower right) doesn't go into blink mode when the system suspends.
I'm also running a program to monitor the battery. Since sleep doesn't work right when suspended, it sleeps for 1 second in a loop checking the time and adds another line to the log file every two minutes rounded up to the next wakeup. It shows more than two minutes between log lines so I'm pretty sure the system is actually suspended.
The log files contain two examples of this quirk.
comments.txt are my comments merged with some of the battery log lines.
The format of batstats:
First two columns are MJD and seconds-this-day in UTC (same format as ntpd log files). 3rd column is % of battery 4th column is battery voltage 5th column is battery current 6th column is system clock (seconds since epoch)