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'''Extending the swsusp Hibernation Framework to ARM''' - Russell Dill, Texas Instruments, Inc.
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This talk looks at bringing hibernation support to ARM, with a focus on OMAP. The presentation will include a brief technical overview of the swsusp framework (the mainline hibernation framework), followed by an in-depth discussion of implementations on AM33XX and OMAP3. The talk will also touch on topics closely related to hibernation such as snapshot boot, hibernation restore from bootloader, and self-refresh only suspend/off modes.
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The presentation is aimed towards embedded developers and hobbyists with an interest in power management. Attendees will gain a greater understanding of swsusp and the technical issues involved in extending support to a new SoC.
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Revision as of 00:24, 19 February 2013

Extending the swsusp Hibernation Framework to ARM - Russell Dill, Texas Instruments, Inc.

This talk looks at bringing hibernation support to ARM, with a focus on OMAP. The presentation will include a brief technical overview of the swsusp framework (the mainline hibernation framework), followed by an in-depth discussion of implementations on AM33XX and OMAP3. The talk will also touch on topics closely related to hibernation such as snapshot boot, hibernation restore from bootloader, and self-refresh only suspend/off modes.

The presentation is aimed towards embedded developers and hobbyists with an interest in power management. Attendees will gain a greater understanding of swsusp and the technical issues involved in extending support to a new SoC.

  • Slides