Wake up Time from S3
#1
I don't have access to a board yet but I am very curious about one aspect of the platform. 

I have an application that require low power and I need to put Pine64 into sleep most of the time. (S3). Once in a while, it needs to wake up and do some math calculations and go back to sleep. 

What type of S3 to active timing I should expect? I can optimize the Kernel such that it only has what I need. (No Display, Camera etc.)

Thx
#2
S3 sleep state it is only intel chips.

A64 Soc, haven't got S3 sleep mode.

the Pmic can put the Soc in sleep mode, and wakeup mode.
#3
(03-18-2016, 03:37 AM)hazerty Wrote: S3 sleep state it is only intel chips.

A64 Soc, haven't got S3  sleep mode.

the Pmic can put the Soc in sleep mode, and wakeup mode.

I see. I studied the AXP803 datasheet and I see that it is possible to trigger a sleep/wake up functionality. I have a few questions:

- Is the A64 driver for this already available?  (i.e. using Sleep/Wake up functionality of AXP803)
- Does the A64 doing STR (Save to Ram) in Sleep Mode?
- What type of Wake up time I should expect? 
- What type of Sleep time I should expect?
#4
The A64 can enter in deep-sleep mode.

Some info at https://github.com/apritzel/pine64/blob/...Booting.md
http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?t...82#pid2982


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