I have a P1 Gen2 and I notice that even while the machine is suspended it looses battery. During a night when it’s been suspended it can loose ~30% or more. It also remains warm to the touch so there’s definitely something using power.
I have Fedora 30 installed, with the latest kernel (5.2.9). I also updated the bios to the latest version (1.25).
How can I start analyzing this?
Suspend to RAM is supposed to cost some battery charge at least to keep the RAM working.
Although I’d expect something like ~5-20% depending on time to sleep and battery health and it certainly shouldn’t be too warm unless it is charging.
Did you try any of the previous 5.1 kernels?
I would also confirm that system stays suspended and doesn’t, for example, comes out of suspend 5 minutes after you’ve put it into sleep mode. You can look through system logs checking time period it should be sleeping.
As far as i know – sadly – sleep/hibernation support in Linux (not just Fedora) is not very good, and while it works ok on some hardware it doesn’t behave as expected on other machines.
Are you talking about bugzilla?
You don’t need to create a new account, you could use your FAS account, that is the same user you use to log in here on Ask Fedora.
What error do you receive? Are you able to share a screenshot?