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Wed May 7 00:52:10 UTC 2008
Alex Janssen wrote:
> Shannon McMackin said the following on 05/05/2008 04:01 PM:
>> I found tuxonice to be a much more favorable method for hibernation.
>> It's faster than a cold boot and much faster than the std hibernate.
>> On my machine, cold boot from power-on to log-in takes about 60 seconds.
>> Restore from std hibernate, about 75 seconds.
>> Restore from tuxonice, about 40 seconds.
If you can cold-boot in 60 seconds why even both with hibernation? With
everything I run, hibernate/resume is vastly faster than shutdown/reboot.
Still, tuxonice would be worth looking at, if it can cut resume time that
My experience with a mere two hibernate/resume cycles since upgrading to
hardy is they seem vastly faster than they were in gutsy. I'm skeptical.
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