Equivalent hibernation.conf of Ubuntu in CentOS 8

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organicchemistry_01
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Equivalent hibernation.conf of Ubuntu in CentOS 8

Post by organicchemistry_01 » 2020/08/04 15:14:03

Hi,

I am looking into customizing the hibernation process of my machine. I intend to disable the compression, since its actually longer decompressing it than loading it to ram. Or if possible increase the decompression thread. Its 4 as of the moment.

In ubuntu there is this /etc/hibernate/hibernate.conf file where can I find the same for CentOS 8.

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http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/bio ... onf.5.html

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Re: Equivalent hibernation.conf of Ubuntu in CentOS 8

Post by TrevorH » 2020/08/04 16:52:16

We don't supply any such file. Nor am I aware that hibernation uses compression - all the docs say that your swap file must be larger than the size of your installed RAM for hibernate to work so I suspect it is not.
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Re: Equivalent hibernation.conf of Ubuntu in CentOS 8

Post by organicchemistry_01 » 2020/08/04 17:53:52

My swap partition is apparently larger than ram. Ram is 16GB while swap is 100GB. So this might be bug? During bootup from hibernation, the system says, decompressing with 4 threads. So I am thinking it compressed it prior.

Hibernation and resumption was relatively slower compared to windows. So I am suspecting its due to this compression and decompression.

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