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Re: [opensuse-factory] how to debug hibernation issue


Am 12. Februar 2017 20:36:13 MEZ schrieb "Carlos E. R."
<robin.listas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
On 2017-02-12 19:42, Axel Braun wrote:
Hi,

I made an upgrade on my Asus eeePC from 13.1 to Tumbleweed in a
single run (first update zypper, then run zypper dup). That worked
perfectly, no issues so far, except that hibernation does not work
(suspend does!).

System boots into the hibernation file, screen gets black, and
after some seconds it reboots

journalctl issues: Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC systemd[1]: Found device
ASUS-JM_S41_SSD 2. Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC systemd[1]: Found device
ASUS-JM_S41_SSD 1. Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC systemd[1]: Starting
Resume from hibernation using device /dev/sda1... Feb 12 19:20:33
eeePC systemd[1]: Reached target Initrd Root Device. Feb 12
19:20:33 eeePC systemd-hibernate-resume[287]: Could not resume from
'/dev/sda1' (8:1). Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC kernel: PM: Starting
manual resume from disk Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC kernel: PM:
Hibernation image partition 8:1 present Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC
kernel: PM: Looking for hibernation image. Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC
kernel: PM: Image not found (code -22) Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC
kernel: PM: Hibernation image not present or could not be loaded.
Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC systemd[1]: Started Resume from hibernation
using device /dev/sda1. Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC systemd[1]: Reached
target Local File Systems (Pre). Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC systemd[1]:
Reached target Local File Systems. Feb 12 19:20:33 eeePC
systemd[1]: Reached target System Initialization. Feb 12 19:20:33
eeePC systemd[1]: Reached target Basic System. Feb 12 19:20:33
eeePC systemd[1]: Starting File System Check on
/dev/disk/by-uuid/efb6a106-11a1-4537-baac-2d2

Obviously the image file was not written properly?

Or to a different device... Check that fstab and the kernel line both
point to the same swap partition.

Both point to /dev/sda1

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