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    SubjectRe: Suspend-to-disk woes
    Erik Andrén wrote:

    > My question is: Why isn't there a check before resuming a
    > suspend-to-disk image if the system has booted another kernel since the
    > suspend to prevent this kind of hassle?

    Just provide a patch which does this. Hint: this is highly nontrivial.
    If you boot a kernel, that does not know swsusp (and if it knew, it
    would have invalidated the suspend image in the swap), or which does not
    have the necessary information (because of a missing resume= parameter),
    this kernel cannot do much.

    Stefan

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