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How can I change the amount of data copied back into RAM when resuming in Linux?

Normally when I shut down my computer I hibernate. On the next boot I then resume. My problem is, that it seems that Linux just copies the least amount of data that is needed back into ram, because ...
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Multiple idle stages

I am currently setting up my new debian installation on a T430s with gnome as DE and i3 as window manager. Many gnome functions do not work because of the missing gnome-shell. I want to create the ...
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Pick which swap partition to use for Suspend to Disk

Is there anyway in Linux to pick which swap partition to use for Suspend to Disk? I have a setup with 2 swap partitions, one on an SSD and one on a HDD. I want the swap partition on the HDD to be used ...
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Hibernate without poweroff on Linux

Is there a way, on Linux, to hibernate without performing a shutdown and even continuing working? My idea is to hibernate at defined intervals in such a way to prevent data loss (and restarting ...
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How do I run commands on suspend/return from suspend?

I suspend my laptop (pm-suspend) often and sometimes my desktop (pm-suspend-hybrid) fairly often. I am using the latest ubuntu (13.10, saucy). Is there a way I could run a command when I go into ...
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Win 7/Linux Dual Boot Hibernation Issue

Win7 on SSD, Linux on HDD, Grub on HDD. -for the first 1-2 times I could normally hibernate my win7, and boot into linux but idk what - somewhat has changed. Now if I try to hibernate, my screen turns ...
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How to use systemd hybrid-sleep instead of suspend under gnome in linux?

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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Use swap only for hibernation

I have a swap partition /dev/sda1. It is 2GB in size and i only want to use it for hibernating. My system has 4GB of RAM. When I am low on RAM the kernel starts swapping and I can't even switch to a ...
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Why did my ubuntu machine leave suspend?

Sometimes I come upstairs and my computer has left suspend and is booted or booting or whatever. Is there a log somewhere that will show what caused it to leave suspend? (ie mouse, keyboard, magic ...
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No hibernate option - Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon

Since the time I've moved to Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon, I'v never had the hibernate option. I tried following instructions at ...
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Hibernate/resume fails after adding SSD on Debian 7

My Debian 7 system used to hibernate and resume just fine; then I added an SSD as follows: 1) added SSD (on SATA 1), 2) updated /etc/uswsusp.conf (use UUID for swap partition), 3) copied /usr and /opt ...
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s2disk does not power off on Debian with kernel 3.10 on Thinkpad

When I hibernate my Thinkpad T61 with s2disk, it does not power off. The problem occurred after migration to kernel 3.10 (3.2 works fine, 3.11 also broken). Any clue how to fix or at least debug it?
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How to find out the time Linux machine have spent in sleep [duplicate]

Everyone knows that command uptime shows running time of Linux machine. Is there a similar command for sleep and/or hibernate mode? To be clear: I want to know wake up time of my system.
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Mount hibernated Windows partition

I am trying to mount my Windows partition at boot. It works fine when Windows is in shutdown, but when Windows is hibernated, it can't be mounted as read/write, and I am sent to the root shell at ...
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What happens when you try to hibernate but there is not enough swap available?

I have a Linux box with a swap partition of size RAM + x. Suppose more than x of the swap is already in use. Now I try to hibernate. Will the kernel randomly kill sleeping and/or not sleeping ...
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Saving the entire state (hibernate) of Ubuntu into a file and select it for restore?

I wanted to know if it's possible to simulate the hibernate process of Ubuntu to save the entire state session into a file. Then to select which one to restore ?
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Fedora 18 Disable Hibernate and Suspend

I recently installed the new Fedora 18, LXDE spin on a workstation (not a laptop). I want to disable the hibernate and suspend functions, and remove them from the "Logout" menu in the UI. In F17 and ...
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Cannot hibernate Windows after installing openSUSE 12.2

Originally my machine dual-booted Fedora 17 and Windows 7, and everything was fine. When I switched to openSUSE 12.2, it repartitioned my Linux partitions (e.g. I had a 1GB swap partition and it made ...
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How to save your Linux state (suspend to disk) periodically to recover from crashes?

One in a while my laptop crashes/dies because of a bad/empty battery, crappy wifi driver or whatever other reason. For a while I've wondered if it's possible to force Linux to periodically save the ...
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How to make GNOME 3 use suspend-hybrid?

How can I make GNOME 3 use pm-suspend-hybrid instead of pm-suspend when closing the lid or using suspend from the menu?
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1answer
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Linux GRUB2: How to resume from hibernation?

Moving to GRUB2 my Arch Linux no longer resumes from hibernation, because the actual resuming is no longer set up. In GRUB legacy I'd write: /boot/grub/menu.lst: kernel /vmlinuz26 ...
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Does Windows use an RTC wake up to switch from suspend to hibernate?

In Windows 7 power management, you can state that suspend should happen after x minutes, and hibernate should happen after y minutes. So if x=10 and y=180, then the machine must come out of suspend ...
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In Linux, why does my battery last only 4 hours instead of the usual 10?

I decided to switch from Windows 7 (10 hours of battery work, suspend/hibernate modes work great - Asus U36Jc) to some Linux. First there was Ubuntu 11.04 (with all current updates) – 4 hours ...
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Do locked pages get shredded from disk after resuming from suspend-to-disk?

Locked pages are sometimes used to store crypto keys like for Luks or for encfs and other sensitive things. But when doing hibernate (without swap drive encryption) they get stored to disk ...
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Hibernate: Restart instead of Shutting Down

The Situation I have sort of an odd request. I dual boot Ubuntu and Windows and sometimes I just want to switch between the partitions without loosing the state of the OS I was currently working ...
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Debian often reboots halfway through resume from suspend to disk (hibernate)

I'm on a Lenovo ThinkPad W510, using Debian Squeeze but with the Kernel and acpi-related packages from testing (this was necessary to make hibernate work in the first place). When I hibernate my ...
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Log what time hibernation occurred?

Fedora 14 xfce I am looking for the log messages where I can find out what time my netbook hibernated? I have checked in the /var/log. And all I could see was pm-suspend.log and pm-powersave.log. ...
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Save Application state

i have mysql database in which millions of insertions go on. Now there is a possibilty that the power present on laptop is going down and hence i would like to pause the application and resume it ...
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Hibernating/Saving state of a gnu-screen, to resume after reboot? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Make GNU screen survive reboot Is it possible to hibernate or save the current state of a gnu-screen to resume after reboot?
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how to make LXDE hibernate the computer when the power button is being pressed

How to setup LXDE (a linux desktop environment) to hibernate a PC after the power button on the computer is pressed?
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Finding out what caused the computer to wake up from sleep (Ubuntu)

Is there any way to find out which device/event caused Ubuntu (10.10) to wake up from the most recent sleep/hibernation? I am trying to troubleshoot some sleep issues on a new box, and knowing what's ...
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Why does the OS need to copy all RAM into HDD for hibernation?

my question is theoretical in computer OSes, specifically about hibernation. As far as I know, hibernation (ACPI state S5, is that right?) involves writing into the hard disk all the data needed to ...
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auto resume from standby

Can a Ubuntu (or any other distro) wake up from standby/hibernate at a preset time? I actually don't want the PC to consume 200W all the time for just doing something every hour.
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What do I have to take care of when hibernating both Ubuntu and Windows (dual-boot environment)

I've got both Windows 7 and Ubuntu (finally) installed on my laptop. For the sake of comfort, I usually hibernate Windows instead of shutting it down. And I think when using Ubuntu regularly, there ...
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Can you hibernate/reboot in Linux instead of hibernate/poweroff?

I'm using pm-hibernate, and would like to reboot the machine after it's done hibernating, rather than having the machine turn off. Is there a way to do this with pm-hibernate, or any other Linux ...
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What is the relationship between s2disk and hibernate?

On a Debian system, there are packages called uswsusp and hibernate. The former contains a program named s2disk, the latter contains a program called hibernate. Superficially, these both do the same ...
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Is hibernation still dangerous?

My laptop hardware supposedly has good hibernation support for Linux, but I have heard too many horror stories about hibernation. Have things changed or is it still a really bad idea to hibernate?
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force sceensaver lock when hibernating on ubuntu

I've poked around in settings but haven't found the right one. This question poses almost the opposite problem. I have my power management set to hibernate when I hit the power button. When it ...
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Can I hibernate Linux without a swap partition?

I hadn't set up a swap partition on my PC, because a) I have plenty of RAM (8 GB) and b) I have large harddrives that I didn't want to chop into tiny pieces, so my smallest partitions are 50 GiB, and ...