On Tuesday, 9. November 2004 12:31, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
On Mon, Nov 08, 2004 at 09:13:07PM +0100, Michael Karbach wrote:
no, this _should_ not matter. I have used suspend2disk on 512MB and 1G machines and it worked on all of them. I have 512MB RAM and 1G swap right now. You should have only one swap partition though, with more than one you are very lucky if it works at all! (it sounds like you have two swap partitions with 1G and 2G).
Right, and it works. But nice to hear, so I will remove one.
You had a lot of luck, then. Watch out for the "resume=..." parameter in your bootloader config (usually /boot/grub/menu.lst), it has to match your swap partition or resuming will fail.
I have done this before and both swap-devices match each other.
For the resume/suspend cycles, now I am down to 1:10min and 1:30min for resume and suspend, respectively.
Now I have to resolve the next problem concerning suspend alsasound (see my next posting;-)