Mike.McCarty at sbcglobal.net
Fri Mar 5 07:52:19 PST 2010
David Shaw wrote:
> Simon Geard wrote:
> I vaguely remember reading somewhere that, if you use hibernation, your
> computer's state is stored to the swap space. So, if you have 2GB of
> RAM and only 1GB of swap then hibernate would fail.
That is my understanding, as well.
> Of course, I could have got totally the wrong end of the stick and be
> talking complete nonsense here.
I don't know that on those machines which can hibernate, that
they can do so to a file. They may require a swap partition,
which is guaranteed to be a contiguous segment of disc
beginning with a given sector.
> David Shaw
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