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.
Applications Engineer, Texas Instruments
Russ Dill is a Applications Engineer working with the Linux Core Product Development team at Texas Instruments. His primary task involves supporting single core products in the mainline Linux kernel, focusing on AM33XX. His embedded Linux experience goes back more than 10 years and includes speaking experience at a past Embedded Linux Conference. Russ is currently working towards his Masters in Computer Science at Arizona State University where... Read More →
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