[Nottingham] Hibernate issues

Jason Irwin jasonirwin73 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 23 22:22:34 UTC 2013

Yup it does and I have 8GB ram and a 16GB swap. I can't recall the details
right this second, but deffo a resume point pointing at a new UUID. I am
wondering if GRUB2 simply isn't invoking it.
I'm thinking maybe a GRUB2 issue, but not 100% sure.

On 23 November 2013 22:04, Mike Cardwell <nlug at lists.grepular.com> wrote:

> * on the Sat, Nov 23, 2013 at 09:09:52PM +0000, Jason Irwin wrote:
> > I have been testing out exciting new (to me) features like sleep and
> > hibernate. Sleep works a total treat. Close the lid and it's snooze time.
> > Open the lid, log-in and all is right.
> >
> > Hibernate...err...not so much. It all looks good. I can see the screen
> > lock, lots of disc activity and then the laptop powers off; but on
> restart
> > it is back to the usual log-in screen. No resume of previous session.
> Do you have a swap partition and is it at least as large as the amount of
> memory that you have? IIRC, Linux hibernate uses the swap partition to
> store the contents of RAM during hibernation...
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