[arch-general] Suspend to ram and uresume hook for systemd
grawity at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 04:37:28 EDT 2012
On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 10:08 AM, Myra Nelson <myra.nelson at hughes.net> wrote:
> I've been using uswsusp-git from the aur and s2ram -f for my suspend
> command. /etc/suspend.conf has /dev/snapshot and /dev/sda4 (swap) for
> the image. Suspension and reboot have been working fine. After
This is the most confusing part of your post. Are you trying to
suspend to RAM, to disk, or to both?
> rebuilding my initramfs image with the uresume hook, when I tried to
> reboot today the boot process hung at waiting for libgcrypt. In my
> infinite wisdom, after testing the suspend and reboot several times
> before using the uresume hook, I had uresume in both images. I don't
> use encrypted volumes and never have. I chrooted in and rebuilt the
> initramfs image without the uresume hook, rebooted, and everything
> worked great.
The initramfs hook, the image file, and /etc/suspend.conf are only for
"suspend to disk" aka hibernation. They are NOT used when suspending
to RAM, since no image is actually saved anywhere and the machine does
not go through the boot process when resuming.
Second, systemd does not support uswsusp – it always uses the kernel
swsusp support. For suspend-to-RAM, this shouldn't matter, as both
tools do practically the same thing. (But for suspend-to-disk &
suspend-to-both, you would need the "resume" hook, not "uresume".)
> I tried using systemctl suspend from the wiki article. The machine
> goes down but won't come back up without a complete restart, fsck
> volumes that were not cleanly unmounted, etc. Since this is a desktop,
> I really don't need the suspend option, it's just nice to save a
> little electricity.
Does `s2ram` still work?
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