Created attachment 86298 [details]
How can I reproduce it:
1) Suspend to RAM
2) Repeat step 1 until systemd dies in suffer
What I get then:
$ systemctl status
Failed to get D-Bus connection: Failed to connect to socket /run/systemd/private: Connection refused
I can reproduce it on the two different Acer Aspire One laptops. I've seen messages that's it BIOS bug (it probably reports that laptop is being closing even when it is being opening), but updating BIOS to the version where it should be fixed did not help. Moreover, suspending using 'systemctl suspend' also kills systemd
I tried both Debian and Arch (systemd 204 and 207 accordingly). I even bootstraped clean Archlinux system without anything can make problems.
[ 125.101904] PM: resume of devices complete after 2291.003 msecs
[ 125.102600] PM: Finishing wakeup.
[ 125.102604] Restarting tasks ...
[ 125.102907] traps: systemd general protection ip:b74f4390 sp:bfb03abc error:0
[ 125.102929] in libc-2.18.so[b74dd000+1a9000]
There is systemd coredump and full dmesg in the attachments.
Created attachment 86299 [details]
Apparently it's a kernel bug.
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