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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] Kexec jump: The first step to kexec base hibernation
    Hi!

    > And the complexity and difficulty of setup really scares
    > me.
    > Right now, we've got a pretty good/fast in-kernel (well,
    > external patch)
    > that allows my machines to hibernate very quickly, wake
    > up even faster,
    > and not swap like mad afterwards. Without any external
    > programs,
    > initramfs, or extra kernels required.
    >
    > And we want to replace this with an ultra-complex setup
    > because.. ????

    ...freezer does not work with fuse :-). Or more exactly because
    freezer is ugly, and we don't know how to get rid of it...

    (Not that I advocate kexec-based hibernation. I think it is going to
    suck. But it might allow kdump-but-keep-running, so work is not
    wasted).
    Pavel
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