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Re: [opensuse-factory] Hibernation/suspend with systemd - documented? Where?
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On 2013-06-06 02:08, Cristian Rodr■guez wrote:
El 05/06/13 19:47, Carlos E. R. escribi￳:

I have problems with hibernation under systemd, it crashes.

What do you mean by "it crashes" ?

That it crashes >:-)

It goes through the hibernate motions so fast that I doubt it does
anything, except power off. On restore, it appears to try and give up,
fast, then goes through a normal (non thaw) boot, fsck, so the session
is lost. A crash.

Full details: <>

What replaces now "/etc/suspend.conf"? It is missing.

It appears that suspend.rpm was not installed, dunno why. Yes, I know:
removing plymouth removed suspend as well. Funny, I tested the
procedure on the virtual machine and it worked.

YOu are confused, systemd (when pm-utils is not installed) merely:

1. executes a set of scripts in /usr/lib/systemd-sleep/

2. messages the kernel which is responsible of putting the machine
into suspend or hibernate state.

Nothing else, the task of suspending or resuming the system is up
to the kernel.

I see messages in the log from systemd about hibernation, and I simply
do not know what it does.

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Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 12.1 x86_64 "Asparagus" at Telcontar)
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