Hi, since 2 or 3 weeks, may be more, I don’t remember, my laptop, a Thinpad T14s AMD gen3, powered by Fedora 39 Gnome Wayland, randomly, the suspension cannot be restored, I have to do a hard reboot/reset.

This is the last line in journald:

janv. 27 23:43:42 t14s awatcher[5517]: [2024-01-27 22:43:42.757280 ERROR watchers::watchers] Error on active window iteration: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.UnknownMethod: L’objet n’existe pas à l’emplacement « /org>
janv. 27 23:43:43 t14s systemd[1]: Reached target sleep.target - Sleep.
janv. 27 23:43:43 t14s systemd[1]: Starting systemd-suspend.service - System Suspend...
janv. 27 23:43:43 t14s rtkit-daemon[1524]: Successfully made thread 3838 of process 3792 (/usr/bin/gnome-shell) owned by '1000' high priority at nice level 0.
janv. 27 23:43:43 t14s systemd-sleep[224210]: Entering sleep state 'suspend'...
janv. 27 23:43:43 t14s kernel: PM: suspend entry (s2idle)
$ neofetch --off
OS: Fedora Linux 39 (Workstation Edition) x86_64
Host: 21CQCTO1WW ThinkPad T14s Gen 3
Kernel: 6.6.13-200.fc39.x86_64
Uptime: 10 mins
Packages: 3347 (rpm), 48 (flatpak)
Shell: zsh 5.9
Resolution: 1920x1200
DE: GNOME 45.3
WM: Mutter
WM Theme: Adwaita
Theme: Adwaita:dark [GTK2/3]
Icons: Adwaita [GTK2/3]
Terminal: tmux
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 6850U with Radeon Graphics (16) @ 4.768GHz
GPU: AMD ATI Radeon 680M
Memory: 7262MiB / 30847MiB

I researched on ask fedora, no success.

I also searched on RedHat Bugzilla, I only found this slightly related to my problem “Radeon on Wayland - Black screen/crash on suspend/resume” but contrary to the description in this bug report, my problem only happens randomly. I’m not able to reproduce it with any certainty.

Am I the only one with this problem?

Do you have an idea of a direction in which I could explore to correct this problem?

Best regards, Stéphane

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  • Vik
    15 months ago

    Do you have a rough guide of how frequently you can hit this issue in a given timeframe, like over the course of a week?

    I have the gen 2 version of this notebook (Cezanne) also with Fedora 39 + GNOME.

    One quick thing; I know this is a recent issue for you, but just want to confirm that you have the proper system sleep mode selected in UEFI. I presume (but cannot confirm if) the same option is available on your platform, but you will find it by hitting Enter on boot, and then F1 when prompted. Once in UEFI head to > Power settings > Sleep mode.

    Aside from that (and depending on how intermittent this), I’d try temporarily reverting the kernel for a few sessions via grub on boot