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| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_6e809678-2aea-4b49-af0f-a4891194e5ba Dell OptiPlex 760]
 
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| {{result|fail}} <ref>My laptop has a hardware problem with power management, this is why it fails. And Powertop disables my Intel 3945 wireless.</ref>
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| {{result|fail}} <ref>Fails to start/stop ktune</ref>
 
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| {{result|warn}} <ref group="long">Works when on battery, but fails when on docking station (it does nothing when lid is closed and it switches monitor resolution when lid is opened)</ref>
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| {{result|warn}} <ref>Works when on battery, but fails when on docking station (it does nothing when lid is closed and it switches monitor resolution when lid is opened)</ref>
 
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| {{result|warn}} <ref>in tunables tab, when terminal is smaller than line count isn't able to list records what are out of terminal </ref>
 
| {{result|warn}} <ref>in tunables tab, when terminal is smaller than line count isn't able to list records what are out of terminal </ref>
 
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| {{result|N/A}} <ref>inability to read CD after resume made it impossible to upload a file that included the pm bugreport</ref>
 
| {{result|N/A}} <ref>inability to read CD after resume made it impossible to upload a file that included the pm bugreport</ref>
 
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| {{result|warn}} <ref group="long">suspended successfully with power plugged in, but when I subsequently closed the lid while running on battery, the laptop did not suspend - inability to read CD after initial resume suspected culprit</ref>
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| {{result|warn}} <ref>suspended successfully with power plugged in, but when I subsequently closed the lid while running on battery, the laptop did not suspend - inability to read CD after initial resume suspected culprit</ref>
 
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| {{result|pass}} <ref group="long"> When I set "SATA link pm[...]" , "NMI watchdog[...]" , "VM writeback timeout" , "Audio codec pm" to Good, exit powertop and start it again then I cannot revert mentioned Tunables to Bad </ref>
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| {{result|pass}} <ref> When I set "SATA link pm[...]" , "NMI watchdog[...]" , "VM writeback timeout" , "Audio codec pm" to Good, exit powertop and start it again then I cannot revert mentioned Tunables to Bad </ref>
 
| {{result|fail}} <ref> {{bz|690194}} - Probably what Albertpool is seeing </ref>
 
| {{result|fail}} <ref> {{bz|690194}} - Probably what Albertpool is seeing </ref>
 
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| [[user:ivancjimenez|Iván]]
 
| [[user:ivancjimenez|Iván]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_7977f33a-d69c-4ac5-baec-c2e817e30b56 Dell mini 1012]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_7977f33a-d69c-4ac5-baec-c2e817e30b56 Dell mini 1012]
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| [[User:eriks|Erik]]
 
| [[User:eriks|Erik]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_5e19037e-5ac1-4e17-9ca5-62bdc23e026e Acer Aspire 1693 Wlmi]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_5e19037e-5ac1-4e17-9ca5-62bdc23e026e Acer Aspire 1693 Wlmi]
| {{result|fail}}<ref group="long">After wake-up the screen remains black, but it seems to work as i can hear system sounds and see drive activities when i type around on the keyboard</ref>
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>After wake-up the screen remains black, but it seems to work as i can hear system sounds and see drive activities when i type around on the keyboard</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>The systems reboots immediatly after going down, but restores the saved state correctly.</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>The systems reboots immediatly after going down, but restores the saved state correctly.</ref>
 
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| [[User:beepdog|David Kowis]]
 
| [[User:beepdog|David Kowis]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_14b78d2a-95ed-434c-a466-cc9c5e9dec50 Lenovo ThinkPad x200s]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_14b78d2a-95ed-434c-a466-cc9c5e9dec50 Lenovo ThinkPad x200s]
| {{result|warn}} <ref group="long">It will successfully suspend once, subsequent suspends fail with in dmesg:
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| {{result|warn}} <ref>It will successfully suspend once, subsequent suspends fail with in dmesg:
 
<code>legacy_suspend(): pnp_bus_suspend+0x0/0x6a returns 28
 
<code>legacy_suspend(): pnp_bus_suspend+0x0/0x6a returns 28
 
PM: Device 00:0a failed to suspend: error 28</code></ref>  
 
PM: Device 00:0a failed to suspend: error 28</code></ref>  
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| [[User:lukehutch|Luke Hutchison]]
 
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| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_23bfefe1-3686-445b-a57b-7a661a3325f6 Toshiba Satellite Pro S300M-S2142]<ref group="long">NOTE: ( {{bz|692756}} ) In general this laptop is unable to shutdown or reboot from the commandline. "poweroff" or "shutdown" goes all the way through the shutdown process but at the final step when it says it is powering down, it just sits there with the cursor blinking.</ref>
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| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_23bfefe1-3686-445b-a57b-7a661a3325f6 Toshiba Satellite Pro S300M-S2142]<ref>NOTE: in general this laptop is unable to shutdown or reboot from the commandline. "poweroff" or "shutdown" goes all the way through the shutdown process but at the final step when it says it is powering down, it just sits there with the cursor blinking.</ref>
 
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| {{result|}}<ref>Tried F14 swap on HDD with F15 PM live USB, didn't resume, I suspect I cannot test this.</ref>
 
| {{result|}}<ref>Tried F14 swap on HDD with F15 PM live USB, didn't resume, I suspect I cannot test this.</ref>
 
| {{result|}}[https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/File:Pm-test-day-20110324-pub_c9db9fae-6c8b-4b5c-8c21-8e4d6d908ccc.txt pm-bugreport]
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref group="long">Laptop suspended on lid close and resumed on lid open. However: (1) If the VGA-out was plugged into an external monitor when the lid was closed, the laptop did not suspend. (I expect this is by design.)  But ( {{bz|692759}} ) if the laptop had been booted with VGA plugged in, then if I pull out the VGA cable and then wait a few seconds and shut the lid then wait and open it again, on resume the laptop's screen is blank. I can't bring it back with Fn+F5 which is the normal video pipe switch key combination. I have to manually plug the VGA adapter back in (laptop panel stays black) and *then* when I go Fn+F5 I can cycle through the various pipe modes and get the laptop screen back again. (2) {{bz|692760}} The keyboard layout (manually set with setxkbmap) was not restored correctly on resume. (3) {{bz|684415}} I got an AVC denial on wpa_supplicant on resume.</ref>
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>Laptop suspended on lid close and resumed on lid open. However: (1) If the VGA-out was plugged into an external monitor when the lid was closed, the laptop did not suspend. (I expect this is by design.)  But if the laptop had been booted with VGA plugged in, then if I pull out the VGA cable and then wait a few seconds and shut the lid then wait and open it again, on resume the laptop's screen is blank. I can't bring it back with Fn+F5 which is the normal video pipe switch key combination. I have to manually plug the VGA adapter back in (laptop panel stays black) and *then* when I go Fn+F5 I can cycle through the various pipe modes and get the laptop screen back again. (2) The keyboard layout (manually set with setxkbmap) was not restored correctly on resume. (3) I got an AVC denial on wpa_supplicant on resume, RHBZ #684415</ref>
| {{result|fail}}<ref group="long">{{bz|692761}} Pressing Fn+F6/F7 to adjust laptop panel brightness pops up the OSD but does not change the brightness setting if the laptop was booted with an external monitor plugged into the VGA port, even if the plug is later removed.  (If I boot without an external monitor connected then it works fine.)  If I booted with an external monitor plugged in, powertop reports the panel power setting at the same percentage as the OSD displays, but the brightness never visibly changes. Booting with an external monitor plugged in seems to permanently disable the brightness controls until reboot. ([https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=646404 GNOME BZ #646404] Also, if I keep tapping Fn+F6/F7 quickly, the GNOME widget seems to lose keypress events (it can only handle them at a certain rate, and takes maybe 100ms to respond to each press), which makes the widget response feel sluggish and sloppy..)</ref>
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>Pressing Fn+F6/F7 to adjust laptop panel brightness pops up the OSD but does not change the brightness setting if the laptop was booted with an external monitor plugged into the VGA port, even if the plug is later removed.  (If I boot without an external monitor connected then it works fine.)  If I booted with an external monitor plugged in, powertop reports the panel power setting at the same percentage as the OSD displays, but the brightness never visibly changes. Booting with an external monitor plugged in seems to permanently disable the brightness controls until reboot. [Also, this is probably not the right place to report this, but if I keep tapping Fn+F6/F7 quickly, the GNOME widget seems to lose keypress events (it can only handle them at a certain rate, and takes maybe 100ms to respond to each press), which makes the widget response feel sluggish and sloppy..]</ref>
| {{result|warn}}<ref group="long">In Tunables tab, if you keep hitting the down arrow key, then the cursor goes off the bottom but it doesn't scroll the display to show the further entries on the list [also reported by somebody else above].  Also what on earth does "Bad" and "Good" mean? This tool is quite non-intuitive.</ref>
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>In Tunables tab, if you keep hitting the down arrow key, then the cursor goes off the bottom but it doesn't scroll the display to show the further entries on the list.  Also what on earth does "Bad" and "Good" mean?</ref>
| {{result|warn}}<ref group="long">Running "gnome-control-center power" says: "Error getting primary device: GDBus.Error:org.gnome.PowerManager.Failed: There is no primary device to reflect system state (don't show any UI)".  However "powertop --calibrate" seems to run to completion fine.  It couldn't set the backlight during calibration because I had an external monitor connected earlier as specified above.  A bigger problem though is that plugging in power again after the calibration process (I think -- or maybe the calibration process itself?) managed to shut down the USB ports and I had to unplug and re-plug the mouse to get it working.  Is this expected?</ref>
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>Running gnome-control-center power says: "Error getting primary device: GDBus.Error:org.gnome.PowerManager.Failed: There is no primary device to reflect system state (don't show any UI)".  However powertop --calibrate seems to run to completion fine.  It couldn't set the backlight during calibration because I had an external monitor connected earlier as specified above.  A bigger problem though is that plugging in power again after the calibration process (I think -- or maybe the calibration process itself?) managed to shut down the USB ports and I had to unplug and re-plug the mouse to get it working.  Is this expected?</ref>
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref group="long">{{bz|692765}} "tuned-adm laptop-battery-powersave" worked, but any subsequent usage of tuned-adm failede.g. "tuned-adm spindown-disk" hangs on "Stopping ktune (via systemctl)". I waited a minute, hit Ctrl-C, and it said "Stopping ktune (via systemctl)" again but this time said "[OK]" then "Switching to profile 'spindown-disk'" and then hung on "Starting ktune (via systemctl)". After Ctrl-C I heard my speaker click and it hung again on "Starting ktune (via systemctl)". Waiting another minute and pressin Ctrl-C again drops me back to the command prompt.  (Actually it looks like trying any parameter after the first call to tuned-adm results in the same behavior, i.e. it works once only.)</ref>
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>"tuned-adm laptop-battery-powersave" worked.  "tuned-adm spindown-disk" hangs on "Stopping ktune (via systemctl)". I waited a minute, hit Ctrl-C, and it said "Stopping ktune (via systemctl)" again but this time said "[OK]" then "Switching to profile 'spindown-disk'" and then hung on "Starting ktune (via systemctl)". After Ctrl-C I heard my speaker click and it hung again on "Starting ktune (via systemctl)". Waiting another minute and pressin Ctrl-C again drops me back to the command prompt.  (Actually it looks like trying any parameter after the first call to tuned-adm results in the same behavior, i.e. it works once only.)</ref>
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>[https://fedoraproject.org/w/uploads/1/1e/Pm-test-day-20110324-pub_c71aabc6-25da-4c4e-94dc-cb34baca9f35.txt Pm-test-day-20110324-*.txt]</ref>
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref group="long">At first it told that I had charge for 10 hours but that isn't true. Later it told me that I've got about 1,5 h which is most likely correct</ref>
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>At first it told that I had charge for 10 hours but that isn't true. Later it told me that I've got about 1,5 h which is most likely correct</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>Didn't work. Fn+F5/6 didn't do a thing, but works in Ubuntu (has been working for a long time)</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>Didn't work. Fn+F5/6 didn't do a thing, but works in Ubuntu (has been working for a long time)</ref>
 
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| {{result|warn}} <ref>Some tunables can not be changed back to BAD: NMI watchdog, VM writeback, Audio Codec power management.</ref><ref>Some tunables are out of screen and not visible. There is no scrollbar.</ref>
 
| {{result|warn}} <ref>Some tunables can not be changed back to BAD: NMI watchdog, VM writeback, Audio Codec power management.</ref><ref>Some tunables are out of screen and not visible. There is no scrollbar.</ref>
| {{result|fail}} <ref>After the first profile switch further profile switches (or tuned-adm off) take very long time.</ref>
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| [[user:jskarvad|Jaroslav Škarvada]]
 
| [[user:jskarvad|Jaroslav Škarvada]]
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_6506c5e7-5ce1-4ac1-b480-72a144a976a0 Lenovo ThinkPad T500]
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| {{result|warn}} <ref group="long">It suspends fine but after the resume there are a lot of SQUASHFS errors and the system starts behaving strangely, e.g. a lot of input/output errors. Works OK if booted from the HDD and not from the LiveCD/USB.</ref>
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| {{result|warn}} <ref group="long">Some tunables can not be changed back to BAD: SATA Link PM, NMI watchdog, Power aware CPU scheduler, VM writeback, Audio Codec power management, Wake On LAN status on interfaces, ondemand cpufreq governor.</ref>
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| {{result|fail}} <ref>After the first profile switch further profile switches (or tuned-adm off) take very long time.</ref>
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| [[User:Zliu|Zhouping Liu]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_8c4a22fb-216a-4563-9f93-a509eea77c8d Dell GX620]
 
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| {{result|fail}} <ref> It can Hibernate, but can't resume by clicking the power button, it will reboot, RHBZ: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=692749</ref>
 
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| [[User:xkriva11|Pavel Krivanek]]
 
| Toshiba U300-154
 
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| {{result|fail}} <ref>Known bug with LVM</ref>
 
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| [[user:jskarvad|Jaroslav Škarvada]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_0fc8d5b2-eb33-493b-b21b-434e28b04625 Lenovo ThinkPad T60]
 
| {{result|pass}} <ref>Got SELinux AVC denial on /usr/sbin/wpa_suplicant, RHBZ #684415</ref>
 
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| [https://fedoraproject.org/w/uploads/6/61/Pm-test-day-20110324-pub_a6794eb1-d628-47ff-8d96-cff52287fca1.txt bugreport]{{result|pass}}
 
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>Some tunables cannot be changed to BAD: Bluetooth status, WOL for network devices, ondemand cpufreq governor.</ref>
 
<ref>Wireless Power Saving cannot be turned on on wlan0.</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}} <ref>After the first profile switch further profile switches (or tuned-adm off) take very long time.</ref>
 
 
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| T:300 / E:3200 mWh{{result|warn}} <ref>Got results but also encountered {{bz|54322}}</ref>
 
| T:300 / E:3200 mWh{{result|warn}} <ref>Got results but also encountered {{bz|54322}}</ref>
 
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| {{result|pass}} T:214.14 / E:213 mAh
 
| {{result|pass}} T:214.14 / E:213 mAh
 
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| [[user:jskarvad|Jaroslav Škarvada]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_06535e81-e6a3-4c82-b268-a0ba5af0b3bf Asus EEEPC 1000H]
 
| {{result|pass}} E:210 mAh
 
| {{result|pass}} T:1154.95 / E:452 mAh
 
| {{result|pass}} E:242 mAh
 
| {{result|pass}} T:1481.19 / E:549 mAh
 
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| [[user:jskarvad|Jaroslav Škarvada]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_6506c5e7-5ce1-4ac1-b480-72a144a976a0 Lenovo ThinkPad T500]
 
| {{result|pass}} E:2730 mWh
 
| {{result|pass}} T:185.55 / E:1660 mWh
 
| {{result|pass}} E:2810 mWh
 
| {{result|pass}} T:185.53 / E:1680 mWh
 
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| [[user:Zliu|Zhouping Liu]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_8c4a22fb-216a-4563-9f93-a509eea77c8d Dell GX620]
 
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| [[user:jskarvad|Jaroslav Škarvada]]
 
| [http://www.smolts.org/client/show/pub_0fc8d5b2-eb33-493b-b21b-434e28b04625 Lenovo ThinkPad T60]
 
| {{result|pass}} E:4970 mWh
 
| {{result|pass}} T:276.85 / E:3190 mWh
 
| {{result|pass}} E:5230 mWh
 
| {{result|pass}} T:276.21 / E:3260 mWh
 
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! User
 
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! [[QA:Testcase_Power_Management_tuned_powersave_idle|Tuned psave idle]]
 
! [[QA:Testcase_Power_Management_tuned_powersave_load|Tuned psave load]]
 
! [[QA:Testcase_Power_Management_tuned_performance_idle|Tuned perf idle]]
 
! [[QA:Testcase_Power_Management_tuned_performance_load|Tuned perf load]]
 
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[[Category:Fedora 15 Test Days]]
 

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