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Bug#593795: Kernel or uswsusp?

Or perhaps, the problem is in uswsusp?

I uninstalled uswsusp and used the default hibernation mechanism with Plymouth successfully. But the advantage of uswsusp is that it always frees swap after resuming, while, in the case of the default mechanism, swap isn't freed after several hibernations, so that the system is somewhat slow immediately after resuming.

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