On Thu, Oct 4, 2018, 1:34 PM Carlos Garnacho <carlosg@gnome.org> wrote:
On Thu, Sep 13, 2018 at 3:45 PM Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi Benjamin, Carlos,
> I'm mailing you 2 because you maintain g-s-d now.
> As discussed on the Fedora desktop mailinglist in the
> "system now hibernates automatically 3 hours after suspend ?"
> thread, the suspend-then-hibernate behavior is not really
> ready for mainstream use yet (according to the systemd folks).
> Also from a kernel pov all of a sudden using hibernate is
> a huge change and involves code paths which no other major
> distro has been using sofar.
> So we really need to disable this for Fedora 29. And as
> mentioned in the thread when we decide to enable this for
> a future release, it really needs to go through the changes
> process so that it is well document we are changing this
> and people will have a clue what is the likely culprit
> if leaving their laptop suspend for > 3h all of a sudden
> breaks.

FTR we've gone for hiding the option upstream with a compile time
switch, defaulting to off. Just released gnome-settings-daemon containing the fix.

Hopefully we'll be able to revisit the idea in the future.

Is the configuration exposed anywhere for users to experiment? Either tweak tool or gsettings? Changing it in systemd-logind is apparently ignored in favor of the gnome preference.

Chris Murphy