pc wrote:Making SWAP twice the size of RAM, is fine if you are sure the machine will not use up more than half of its SWAP before hibernation. Linux being Linux I am suprized that hibernation does not have its only "hibernation direction/file" to write to, that if one wished could be flexible where it was mounted.
nelz wrote:Not everything in RAM, and more so with swap, needs to be saved. Disk caches for example. On top of that, the data is compressed before saving, so even a fairly full system can be hibernated. However, I have seen a system fail to hibernate for lack ofstorage space.
nelz wrote:The TuxOnIce advanced hibernation can use a file as the hibernate target.
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