Re: Trouble waking from sleep


I am seeing a similar behavior with NM (or dbus) in general, regardless of the 
type of network being used:

Under Ubuntu 8.10:

In the file:

a signal is sent to NM via dbus when the PC wants to go to sleep. I can see, 
that this signal is properly delivered to NM, when going to suspend.

However, when coming back from suspend, although the 
log in /var/log/pm-suspend.log clearly shows that the 10NM... script was 
executed properly no "wake" signal is delivered to NM via dbus (at least not 

This is strange, because one would assume that after comming back from suspend 
dbus is up and operational immediately; here in this case it looks that the 
dbus-send in 10NM... is not always going through to NM in the case of resume.

I belive in these cases when NM is not waking up properly it is necessary to 
debug signal delivery to NM from the 10NetworkManager script via dbus-send.

Does NM provide some log where we can see the delivery of "sleep" and "wake" 
(or Sleep(s) with new API) as debug output from NM? That would come in handy.



On Thursday 14 May 2009 15:28:01 Neal Becker wrote:
> On Monday 11 May 2009, Dan Williams wrote:
> > On Fri, 2009-05-08 at 18:47 -0400, Neal Becker wrote:
> > > NetworkManager-
> > >
> > > After being connected to wired enet, going to sleep, and waking without
> > > wired enet, results are random.  Sometimes wlan is connected
> > > seemlessly, other times not.
> >
> > What wifi?  After resume, are there APs in the menu?
> >
> > Dan
> >
> > > In those cases restarting NetworkManager does not fix anything.
> > >
> > > Logging out/in always fixes it.
> Actually, it doesn't work correctly even on wired lan.  I just tried with
> NetworkManager-0.7.1-1.fc10.x86_64
> kde-plasma-networkmanagement-0.1-0.11.20090504svn.fc10.x86_64
> When it woke, only loopback IF was configured.  In this case, restarting NM
> did fix it.
> Looking at log, it is clear what the problem is.  There are no messages
> from NM from the time of wakeup until I restarted it!
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