[ltp] the purpose or advantage of suspend and hibernation
Fri, 21 Nov 2003 14:57:11 +0800
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Who knows? So don't ever drop your TP onto the ground (while hibern'd)
which eventually would cause data loss or permanent damages to the HD,
though TP is known for its toughness. <br>
Also if you have 256MB mem (quite standard today), you are
writing/reading the equal amount of data to/from the HD on each
hibern/restore. This will surely wear off HD faster.<br>
Robert Hajime Lanning wrote:<br>
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<pre wrap="">Because some kernel bugs cause filesystem corruption.
I don't use those kernels. Stay off the kernel of the week. Watch for
which kernel is stable.
I am currently using 2.4.21. no corruption issues.