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Re: suspend to disk unreliable?

On Sun, Jun 27, 2010 at 10:13:23AM +0000, Camaleón wrote:
> On Sun, 27 Jun 2010 11:58:09 +0200, lee wrote:
> > after suspending to disk during the night and resuming, my computer
> > froze with a black screen after running maybe three minutes.
> > 
> > Is suspend to disk that unreliable?
> No, but there can be problems with some of your devices or drivers that 
> prevent restoring from hibernation "gracefully". You'll have to 
> investigate a bit. Review your log.

But which log? I had to press the reset button, there aren't any
relevant entries in the syslog.

> > When suspending to disk, the default size of the image written is 512MB.
> > What happens when there's more data that needs to be saved?
> For one who wants to use hibernation, it will take the same space as your 
> amount of ram. So if you have 2 GiB. of ram, you'll need at least 2 GiB. 
> of free space for hibernanting the machine.

Hm, then why isn't that adjusted automatically?

27/06/2010 04:03:46 The X server says there are 10 mouse buttons.

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