Debian Hardware :: Hibernate Fails When On Battery Power

Jan 31, 2011

Fresh new installation of squeeze on an MSI Wind U100 netbook.Everything works fine, except resuming from hibernate when on battery power. The netbook starts loading the hibernate info after grub booting, then the screen goes blank and the netbook reboots.The unusual thing is that resuming from hibernate works when on AC power.Could not find anything interesting in /var/log/messages

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I'm using debian testing on my Asus UX305. When my laptop is connected to power, the power notification still shows "discharging". And The battery part of the laptop feels unusually hot.

while connected to power, "acpi -b" gives me this information: Battery 0: Discharging, 98%, discharging at zero rate - will never fully discharge.

This problem was reported by some ubuntu users too: [URL] ....

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Since according to liquorix.net the kernel

Code: Select alluname -a
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[URL] .... wrote:Tunes the kernel for responsiveness at the cost of throughput and power usage.

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Aug 6, 2010

I am running Squeeze on an older Compaq EVO laptop with radeon graphics.

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The workaround is to disable Kernel Mode Setting for the radeon. This can be done by adding the boot parameter "radeon.modeset=0" or by editing /etc/modprobe.d/radeon-kms.conf so that it includes the line "options radeon modeset=0".

If you are interested in the details, you can search for problem reports related to radeon kernel mode setting.

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Apr 28, 2011

I have a Insprion 14R (N4010) and when I hibernate it will usually restore without a problem, but maybe 15% of the time it will reboot while loading. I would like to figure why, since I'd rather not lose anything... My swap space is 5.9GB, I have 4GB RAM (video uses 1gb, so I have 3gb usable)

lspci says

00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Core Processor DRAM Controller (rev 18)
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 18)
00:16.0 Communication controller: Intel Corporation 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset HECI Controller (rev 06)

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I do have the hibernate package installed...

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Aug 8, 2010

I'm trying to make the power manager NOT automatically shutdown / sleep / hibernate when battery power of my laptop reaches critical

I am surprised there isnt an 'NO ACTION' option for that in power manager

I've tried editing the acpi-supper in /etc/default bu couldn't find a solution in there nor in the /home/user/.gconf/apps/gnome-power-manager/ directory

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May 6, 2011

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Dec 17, 2010

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Jan 19, 2011

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Jul 11, 2011

based distros but never tried it in others. I am wondering if I can complete this guide in Fedora 15. In order for Linux to be my primary OS (Which I'd really like it to be) I need to be able to see how much battery power I have. If all the packages are available how I can download them and what not so that I can get my battery power back up.

Here it is: [URL]

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Nov 18, 2010

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May 30, 2011

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It happened twice on Skype (and I thought it was just the buggy 2.2 beta that was hanging my beautiful OS), once while installing a printer, and once while I was just futzin around on firefox.

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Jul 17, 2011

I am running 10.04 on an Acer Aspire One

Since my upgrade from Lucid my battery icon displays permanent full charge even when running without AC power. When the battery runs out, this leads to an immediate violent shut down, everything dies at once.

My power management settings for running on battery are as follows;

1 hour
Blank Screen
Hibernate
Yes
10 MIns
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Jun 1, 2011

I've got a problem with my laptop and I finally decided to try to solve it. My computer sometimes (not everytime) freezes. It's just when I'm using battery power. I figured out that this is not connected with some specific action (e.g. some app crash), it can freeze 1 minute after start or 10 minutes, I think it's random. I've checked my /var/log/messages.log file and these are the last messages before freeze (exactly at 9:16:15):

Code:
Jun 1 07:16:09 localhost rtkit-daemon[2170]: Successfully made thread 3472 of process 3472 (/usr/bin/pulseaudio) owned by '120' high priori$
Jun 1 07:16:09 localhost rtkit-daemon[2170]: Successfully made thread 3473 of process 3472 (/usr/bin/pulseaudio) owned by '120' RT at prior$
Jun 1 07:16:09 localhost rtkit-daemon[2170]: Successfully made thread 3474 of process 3472 (/usr/bin/pulseaudio) owned by '120' RT at prior$
Jun 1 07:16:09 localhost rtkit-daemon[2170]: Successfully made thread 3475 of process 3472 (/usr/bin/pulseaudio) owned by '120' RT at prior$
Jun 1 09:16:09 localhost gdm-simple-greeter[3481]: Gtk-WARNING: gtkwidget.c:6794: widget not within a GtkWindow
Jun 1 09:16:09 localhost gdm-simple-greeter[3481]: WARNING: Unable to read from file /etc/arch-release
Jun 1 09:16:09 localhost gdm-simple-greeter[3481]: Gtk-WARNING: gtk_widget_size_allocate(): attempt to allocate widget with width -47 and h$
Jun 1 09:16:11 localhost logger: ACPI action undefined: BAT1
I'm using Arch Linux x64, Gnome Shell and have the newest updates.

What's wrong with my laptop? Where should I look for errors?

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Dec 27, 2010

I'm running the latest slackware64-current on my Dell laptop (Inspiron 1420). I rarely run it on battery power, so I don't know when this behavior started, but now it seems when I'm on battery power the hard drive likes to spin down and then spin up. This is not after 5 minutes or so of inactivity. This is 30 seconds of inactivity because I'm reading a web page or something. There is a noticable delay in the response of the system as a whole when the drive is having to spin back up. I'm also using xfce-4.6.2 with the xfce power manager. I've checked the settings, and I don't see anything about spinning down the hard drives. I've also looked through some ACPI rules, but I'm coming up empty.

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Mar 2, 2010

getting back to our laptop, the stability window is ~3.2V. Meaning that when you operate the battery above this the electrolyte is oxidized on the positive electrode and reduced on the negative electrode. Remember that we only want to oxidize and reduce the active materials and don't want to do anything else. All these reactions other than the ones we want are called side reactionsŁ and these are really bad for the battery. The nominal voltage of a laptop battery is 3.7 V which means that something bad wants to happen as we use the battery.So long story short, stuff (e.g., passive layers and poor kinetics of reactions) happens and things are not as bad as they seem and you can increase the voltage up to 4.2V without bad things really happening. All chargers for Li-ion cells today cut the battery off when it reaches 4.2V. What you have to realize is that at 4.2V, these side reactions are present in finite amounts and start to chemically kill the battery, but its not that dramatic.

Operating to 4.1V makes things better and extends the life, 4.0 V is even better and so on. So why don't battery manufacturers cut the voltage off at, say, 4 V to get better battery life? Because every time you cut this voltage down you decrease the capacity of the battery and its run time. The 4.2V cutoff is a compromise between good run time and decent (read "not pathetic) life.On the other hand, if you charge the battery and then pull the plug (so to speak), the battery discharges some, the voltage drops, and these reactions become less of a problem and your battery life goes up. So the best things you can do is to charge the laptop (or cell phone, camera etc.) and once its charged, pull the plug. Your battery will thank you for it.As a matter of fact, if you own a Lenovo Thinkpad, you can actually change the state of charge to which you charge the battery using the Battery MaintenanceŁ utility. You can change this from charging to 100% state (where the voltage is 4.2V) to 90% so that your voltage is less. You lose some energy is doing that, but atleast you can change it to 100% when you need battery power and put it back down to 90% when you can plug in. I wish my Mac has the same feature.

I typically use the battery for a while (say 1/2 hour to 1 hour), then plug it in and wait to fully charge it, then I pull the plug and use it again for 1/2 hour to 1h and then I repeat this. Takes some getting used to and I forget to do this, but I try.

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Jul 20, 2009

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Mar 26, 2010

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Mar 23, 2010

I recently bought a 12-cell (extended-life) battery for my HP dv8000 AMD Turion64 laptop. While the extra battery life is spectacular, the machine is virtually unusable when not plugged in. Either the hardware or the OS (I'm not sure which) seems to view each of the 12 cells as a separate battery, so whenever a cell nears depletion and the machine prepares to transition to the next cell, the computer slows to a standstill, as though it were shifting into an extreme version of Powersave mode. This can last for several minutes at a time, during which period all I can do is stare helplessly at my screen.

I have all but disabled Powersave features in the Power Management applet, setting the laptop to Performance mode on both AC and battery power, with Powersave only kicking in below 10%. So that isn't the source of the problem. I have also disabled Compositing and all desktop effects, except the mouse pointer application-icon animations that appear when I open an application, which I can't figure out how to disable. All this to no avail.

Plug the machine back in and it zips along at a merry Linux pace. I don't want to keep it plugged in all the time, though, because a) this is a laptop and therefore should be mobile; and b) keeping a charged battery plugged in drastically shortens its battery life. Besides, this is a brand-new battery; it should still be working fine.

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Feb 11, 2010

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May 2, 2010

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Aug 17, 2010

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Oct 23, 2010

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Is there a way I can toggle the performance, so that I can get "plugged in level performance" even when i'm on battery power? I'm not too bothered about how long the battery lasts. I'm usually always near an outlet.

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