Re: New hibernate shows strange behaviour
On Thu, 2005-24-02 at 16:52 -0300, Otavio Salvador wrote:
> But in this case, it's not swsusp2 failt but hibernate script fault. I
> think you can hack it to do a sync before hibernate the system and
> then you solve this issue. The problem described there isn't it but
> the wrong use of swap when you did a suspend and try to load it with a
> normal kernel...
> I'm wrong?
I think so. The "problem" is that swsusp2 remakes a swap partition into
something else, and the regular kernel can't do anything about it. I
don't know what the solution is, but it's a pretty serious flaw that
really needs a solution that can be applied when you _create_ a suspend
partition, regardless of what other kernels exist.