I'm going to assume that you didn't mean to only send it to me, so I'll
bring it back to the list.
On 2/1/20 9:58 PM, fedora(a)eyal.emu.id.au wrote:
On 2020-02-02 12:18, Samuel Sieb wrote:
> On 2/1/20 3:15 PM, Eyal Lebedinsky wrote:
>> I remotely log workstation messages to a server. I also have a serial
>> console going.
>> The first line showing (on serial) when I hibernate is this
>> r8169 0000:04:00.0 eth0: Link is Down
>> and no log messages are forwarded to the server. Also, no messages on
>> the screen.
>> Boot messages are visible though.
>> I am rather sure this was not the case, I used to see the progress of
>> a shutdown/hibernation.
> Do you get those messages after it comes back up?
Very few, maybe a dozen. Naturally not all messages are expected but
more than I see now,
Since the first message is the network card shutting down, you obviously
aren't going to get any more messages to the remote server before
hibernation. So it depends on if whatever you're using to send logs
will queue up the messages until the network is back again.
> which is zero. After clicking hibernate (GUI) the screen is lost
> (monitor says no HDMI).
> I will now test hibernating from command line.
> [later] there is another issue, switching to a text console shows no
> This explains why I do not see messages, but does not explain why the
> remote logging is
> not happening.
> I guess I need to configure a proper mode. Initial look at Xorg.0.log
> it switched from DFP-1 (the proper HDMI output) to DFP-0 in text mode,
> which is
> *not* the HDMI socket on the video card.