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El 2021-05-19 a las 19:07 -0400, Felix Miata escribió:
J Leslie Turriff composed on 2021-05-19 04:42 (UTC-0500):
On 2021-05-19 04:19:24 Carlos E. R. wrote:
|Resume from hibernation happens very early and is done by the kernel, |not systemd. The kernel loads and at some point very early checks the |swap partition to see if there is an hibernation image there. If not, it |continues. It is controlled by the "resume=..." option in the kernel line.
Ah. Thank you. I have removed that option from /etc/default/grub.
I don't think that's enough. I've been changing it to noresume since forever, pending discovery of how to keep any resume image from becoming created in the first place.
This option is used to tell the kernel to check for resume and do it if present. Creation of the hibernation image is done by another procedure at a different point in time.
However, if you force somehow the system to create an hibernation image it can not be used to resume.
For example, you could have several kernels installed on the same system, and some may be configured to not resume and others to do resume. And possibly one kernel could resume an image created by another.
- -- Cheers Carlos E. R.
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