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    Subjectswappiness=0 makes software suspend fail.
    With swappiness at the default (60), software suspend frees all the memory it 
    needs. With swappiness at 0, software suspend basically doesn't free any
    memory, and the suspend gets aborted.

    Just thought I'd mention it. Tried on 2.6.6...

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    October 8-10, 2004 in Austin Texas. (I'm the con chair.)

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