Re: External disk problem.
On 30/07/12 10:44, Bryn M. Reeves wrote:
On Sun, 2012-07-29 at 20:13 -0700, ny6p01@xxxxxxxxx wrote:That's not a disk problem. That's the disk failing to remount itself properly after the suspend. This is very common. In fact, I wrote a script (in Gentoo) to unmount external drives before a suspend operation, so that the numbering of disks in /dev don't become littered with 'zombie' drives. I'm sure there's a super-slick way of getting drives to remount themselves after a suspend, but mounting drives is relatively easy to do either with gui or cli tools, so I don't tear my hair over it.An eSATA device should be able to suspend and resume properly (just like the other ATA devices in your system).
It does so most of the time.
Debugging it may be difficult unless you can get console logs showing what's happening during the suspend/resume cycle (serial console or possibly netconsole). What state is the device in following a resume? (/sys/block/sd*/device/state).
What is that? I don't see anything near this path on my system. You probably mean a faulty resume, in that case I'll have to wait til it happens again.
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