[Bug 93039] Re: Regression: resume from disk (hibernate) fails sometimes

Adam Porter launchpad at alphapapa.net
Fri Feb 22 21:25:22 UTC 2008


After a bit more testing, it seems that the cycle is something like
this;

1.  Swap and everything is working.
2.  I hibernate the system successfully.
3.  I boot the system, and it resumes from hibernation successfully.
4.  I hibernate the system successfully again.
5.  I boot the system again, but it doesn't even try to load the swsusp image.  It boots "normally," runs fsck to fix the not-cleanly-unmounted filesystems, and fails to activate the swap partition since it has a swsusp signature, not a normal swap signature.
6.  I go through steps 1-5 in my last comment to reenable hibernation and swap.
7.  I reboot just to make sure everything is hunky dory with the new kernel initrd.
8.  Go back to step 1.

So basically, hibernation works, but resuming only works the first time.
I have no idea why.  I would be glad to help debug this.

Please mark this bug as confirmed and give it the appropriate priority.
It would be a shame for Feisty to be released with this as well.

** Also affects: linux (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
       Status: New

** Changed in: initramfs-tools (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Confirmed

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Regression: resume from disk (hibernate) fails sometimes
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/93039
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