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Unresponsive desktop after resume from hibernation

After booting up my computer after hibernation (suspend to disk), my desktop is unresponsive for up to 15 minutes. I've found that the slowness is caused by the fact that all running applications seem ...
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1answer
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Where is the ability to hibernate exposed on Linux?

When I boot with a resume=.. option to the kernel and an initrd built with a -h option, userland tools (say, batti) offer me the choice of hibernation; when I boot without them it does not. Where is ...
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1answer
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Where is hibernation resume getting the device node from?

A while back, I set up hibernation on my Linux system. It's been working really well, up until tonight when I installed another hard disk, which shuffled the device node names around. So now on boot I ...
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1answer
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Linux Fedora: can I preserve what I am doing so that everything will be restored when I power up again

I have Linux Fedora 20, with Gnome classic desktop. When I power down, via the "Power Down" icon on the top bar, everything shuts down, and everything is gone when I power up again, although I can ...
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0answers
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How to use systemd hybrid-sleep instead of suspend under GNOME in Linux? [closed]

How can I make GNOME 3 use systemd hybrid-sleep instead of suspend, when closing the lid or using suspend from the menu?
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Why does resume from hibernation pause/hang?

I used suspend (to ram) for a long time, and it worked flawlessly. Recently, I started using hibernate (to disk) - not-quite-flawlessly. Hibernate-to-disk works (from the terminal, so far - as ...
2
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1answer
142 views

Keeping disk caches when hibernating

Is there a way to keep disk caches when hibernating Linux? I understand and agree that dropping them is the best option all-around. But my system is unresponsive after resume and I would like to give ...
2
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0answers
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What are the current differences between tuxonice and µswsusp?

I tried to find out what is the current comparation between TOI and µswsusp. Unfortunately I could not find any recent information about the state of hibernation in Linux and how TOI compares to ...
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1answer
462 views

How do I hibernate my PC when I press the power button

Is there any way to make my PC hibernate when I press the power button? By power button I meant my CPU's power button. Obviously when I press this button somewhere some signal is sent which I don't ...
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7answers
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Screen corruption after hibernate — Is there another way to refresh the X11 display?

When I restore from hibernate the screen is often corrupted. I suspect the graphics memory is not being saved. Suspend-to-ram works fine. It also looks like the font-cache is corrupted, as all ...
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Hibernate and security considerations

How do Linux and OSX handle sensitive memory pages (e.g. cryptographic keys) when running OS is suspended to disk? If the memory image written is encrypted, how are its keys handled?