cat /proc/swaps

Filename Type Size Used Priority
/swapfile file 2097148 0 -2

cat /etc/default/grub | grep resume

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash resume=/swapfile"

it does not recover the previous workspace after hibernation, but it is not a clean restart as the network does not work. checking for a sleep process does not find any. any ideas?


I discovered it is not possible to use a swapfile to hibernate. There is a workaround by using uswsusp and the solution is here:


I will just create a swap partition and hibernate the usual way.

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