> The more I think about it, the more I have a little voice saying "suspend
> to disk, suspend to disk".
> I don't know how suspend to disk works, but I suspect it may be turning
> off the whole CPU, and in that case the cycle counter will certainly be a
> goner when we resume, unless some CPU engineer has come up with something
> really revolutionary.
My notebook (Toshiba Libretto 50) can be powered off while suspended to
disk, and resume weeks later when powered on again. I guess the TSC is
long gone at that time...
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