[Bug 156079] Re: Suspend to RAM does not work with 4 GB of RAM.

TerryG tgalati4 at aol.com
Sat Feb 23 22:34:08 UTC 2008

Triaged to Incomplete.  This is certainly an edge case, but 4 GB
machines will be more common in the future.  I presume that you have a
4.5 GB swap drive?  During the suspend process the contents of RAM is
compressed and it's possible that the thread that compresses the
snapshot of RAM either runs out of swap or RAM or address space.  If the
compression algorithm can't handle a 4 GB file size (due to a bug or
kernel limitation) then that would cause a malformed suspend image.

** Changed in: linux-meta (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Incomplete

Suspend to RAM does not work with 4 GB of RAM.
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