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SubjectRe: Which is simpler?
> Pavel Machek <pavel@ucw.cz> writes:
>
> >> Ah, and now the part I really like, some hard numbers:
> >> swsusp takes between 26 and 30 seconds to suspend (in my four tries: 26,
> >> 30, 28, 26) and between 35 and 45 seconds to resume (35, 45, 39, 37).
> >>
> >> Suspend 2 does suspend in around 14-16 seconds, and resume in 18 to 21.
> >>
> >> That is factor 2!
> >
> > Does that include time to boot resume kernel? It will not be that
> > dramatic with that time included, and it is only fair to include
> > it. Anyway uswsusp solves that issue.
>
> On my old ThinkPad, the difference is more like a factor of 3 to 4 -
> from the moment I press the power button until X is up and running.

Well, yep, it really depends on CPU/harddisk.

Can you try code from suspend.sf.net? It should be as fast as
suspend2.

Pavel

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