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[Bug 523210] A Normal Boot after a Complete Shut down Still Tries to Resume from Disk
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  • Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 13:54:45 -0600
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http://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=523210

User alpha096@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx added comment
http://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=523210#c2


Scott Couston <alpha096@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> changed:

What |Removed |Added
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Status|RESOLVED |REOPENED
CC| |alpha096@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
| |m.au
Resolution|INVALID |




--- Comment #2 from Scott Couston <alpha096@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 2009-08-13
13:54:38 MDT ---
Yes I agree this does not slow down the boot process by much.
However if you have 2 or more SWAP Partitions, boot will mount the others if
required and attempt to recover from ALL SWAP Partitions that exist!
The problem still remains as
Why does the Cold Boot even go looking for an image in swap.
If Suspend to Disk is not used ever there is no attempt to load and image from
SWAP
- we must be setting a bit at time of Suspend and not be removing it after a
consecutive shut down immediately after a resume from disk has been
successfully been activated.
Jeff if you can live with this occuring on every cold boot that follows a
resume from Disk and the multiple searches for images on ALL SWAP Partitions
that may exist, great; but I think both of us cannot live with this predictable
pattern.
God help all of us the day suspend to RAM follows the same methodology. I would
be happy if S2RAM worked 100% out of the box...:-)

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