I see some machines set resume=uuid=xxxxx in grub boot parameter.

I think when setting boot=uuid=xxx means to specify the boot disk.

How about set resume=uuid=xxx ?

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This is where the hibernation status is saved and from where it should be loaded. Usually this should point to your swap partition. Notably booting to a fresh session and resuming from hibernation have some differences, like e.g. hibernation saving the desktop session with all windows etc.

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