On Fri, Sep 14, 2018 at 05:47:56PM -0600, Chris Murphy wrote:
I'm pretty sure hibernate (suspend to disk) does not support
It does. We're currently missing some bits in upstream systemd to
resume properly, but Ubuntu have them in their initramfs implementation.
This should be easily fixable. See Lennart's email in the other thread
for more details.
> So I'll be slightly curious if, with all the hibernation work Ubuntu is
> apparently doing, they end up going with partitions or if they've got
> some other trick up their sleeve, like teaching the bootloader how to
> find and resume hibernation from a file.
> At least on Windows and macOS, the hibernation file is a separate
> thing from swapfiles. Maybe there's a good reason for this
> distinction, I'm not sure.