Pavel Machek <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > If you really want to "solve" it reliably, you can always
> > >
> > > swapon /dev/hdfoo666
> > >
> > Seems that using a swapfile instead of a swapdev would fix that neatly.
> > But iirc, suspend doesn't work with swapfiles. Is that correct? If so,
> > what has to be done to get it working?
> Swapfile does not work, because even readonly mount wants to replay
> logs, and that'd be disk corruption.
I don't get it. Can you explain some more?
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