Am Wednesday 01 October 2008 22:50:27 schrieb Bob Proulx: > Andreas Richter wrote: > > schrieb Bob Proulx: > > My swap-partition is 4G big. I tested hibernate with a 8G swap file and > > it doesn't work either. > > Sigh. Oh well... > > > > To get to 4G all that is needed is CONFIG_HIGHMEM4G=y and that is the > > > default in stock Debian kernels. > > > > I can't find CONFIG_HIGHMEM4G in /boot/config-2.6.26-1-amd64. So it is > > compiled in? I think not. > > AFAIK both HIGHMEM4G and the PAE extensions (BIGMEM) are 32-bit x86 > only. For 64-bit amd64 neither of those apply. When I heard BIGMEM I > assumed we were talking about 32-bit x86. Sorry. I didn't read early > enough in the thread. > > > I know apt-cache and the search option. But the search doesn't find any > > result. I use lenny at the moment. Are there a bigmem kernel in sid? > > Since you are using amd64 those don't apply to you and are not in your > architecture specific depot. You would see them on an i386 > architecture machine. Sorry. My fault. Have forgot to write that my system is an amd64. > I only have "fud" (unsubstantiated memory from several years ago) that > hibernation hasn't been completely working on 64-bit systems. You may > be tripping into one of the areas that hasn't been well traveled yet. > You might try looking at the notes from suspend2 / TuxOnIce mailing > list and see what resources you can find there. I looked briefly and > found this thread. > > http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.swsusp.general/7777 > Subject: Is it possible to have 4GB of RAM on an AMD64 ? > > That lead me to these wrapup messages: > > http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.swsusp.general/7801 > > http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.swsusp.general/7802 Thanks for the links. I think i'll wait for a never kernel and try it again. Cheers, -- Andreas Richter URLs: http://www.anrichter.net | http://www.oszine.de GPG-KeyID: 0x7BA12DD9 Fingerprint: D2E9 202B F4F0 EB16 25DE 5FF7 0CF2 3C57 7BA1 2DD9
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