I've got a laptop with two disks - 1TB HDD and 256 SSD, and 12GB RAM
and I want to install debian on SSD.
I used hibernation a lot in Windows, I find it very comfortable and would like to use it still. I know it is not the best idea to use SSD for hibernation purposes. On the other hand, for system performace it would be better to have swap partition on SSD, wouldn't it?
I've been wondering what would be the best solution for optimal performance of the system. As for now I am considering two options:
16GB swap partition on HDD for purely hibernation purposes - enabling hibernation and setting swapiness to 1 (don't want my system to slow down by HDD swap operations)
4GB swap partition (just in case) on SSD. No hibernation but enabled session restore. If so, is there a session manager that could restore a session (almost) like it was just resumed after hibernation (State of the applications, position of the windows, etc.).
Would there be any noticeable difference in performance of the system? Is there a better solution? Maybe: 2 swap partitions - the first one for hibernation (on HDD) and the second one for the system needs (on SSD)?