[clug] fedora 22 ignores hibernate file

Eyal Lebedinsky eyal at eyal.emu.id.au
Sun Jun 7 09:05:07 MDT 2015

Answering my own question.

On 07/06/15 14:21, Eyal Lebedinsky wrote:
> A few days ago I upgraded f19->f22. After some minimal hiccups it is running (sort of) OK.
> One issue if that after I hibernate the machine, when rebooted it does a cold boot every time.
> I did not notice any message suggesting an attempted wake-up has failed.
> Neither did I see a warning about a failed hibernate, I do see the usual count 10%->100%
> writing to disk before the machine turns off.
> I think that it now wakes-up on mouse activity - I am sure this was disabled years ago. This
> needs further testing.
> Can I tell if the hibernate failed? How?
> Can I tell if a wake-up was attempted? How?

I asked on the fedora list after not finding an answer, but doing a wider search did
deliver an answer:


I added 'swap=/dev/sda2' to the kernel boot cmd. Is this something new? Was the upgrade
supposed to do this? Does'nt matter, this is good progress.


Eyal Lebedinsky (eyal at eyal.emu.id.au)

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