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SubjectRe: [PATCH]: In kernel hibernation, suspend to both
Bojan Smojver <> wrote:

>Honest answer - I have absolutely no idea. I've seen the code of
>suspend-utils (i.e. user mode stuff) and it seems to me that it does
>exactly this. Could be wrong of course, just like many times before.

What makes me think that this may not be that bad is the fact that post-resume, it will actually be hibernation code that will be unwinding things. So like this: prepare for hibernation, create image, suspend to memory (equivalent to hibernation failure of some kind, really), resume from memory, unwind from unsuccessful hibernation.


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