On 19.04.2018 18:09, Gdsi wrote:
Hello. I had used the advice: "Edit /etc/fstab and comment out (type a # before everything) the line which starts with something like: UUID=3a64784b-9807-446a-bc39-c9011ba6ed6b swap sw", and boot's delay disappired. But now I'm worry about absent swap-partition into /etc/fstab, perhaps without cause. I did: ------- root@debian:/home/user# mkswap -c /dev/sda3 0 bad pages Setting up swapspace version 1, size = 2.8 GiB (2999971840 bytes) no label, UUID=dc070520-d011-459e-a192-fcf854cc92b4 root@debian:/home/user# ------, and am wishing to insert this UUID in fstab-file. May I do it? Excuse me that I send its posts of on separate, otherwise it does not work. Thank .
Also, if you use hibernate\suspend feature, you have to check "/etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume" file and update it with new uuid of swap partition.
My "resume" file looks like this:
This could be the source of the slowdown on boot problem you
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