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Got tired of waiting for suspend/resume (something like that)




I've upgraded from Wheezy to Jessie and from Jessie to Stretch, which is
a stretch, where I am currently residing (switched to the devil systemd,
too).

Unfamiliar with systemd commands, etc, I can't seem to find for the
moment the exact message (after a minor delay) at boot which brings me here
(of course I could reboot once again if you insist). 

It's something like "Tired of waiting for resume/suspend."

This seems to be related to my swap partition (whose entry was commented
out during the upgrade). There's also something about an encryption key,
because the swap is encrypted. 

I noticed that the swap UUID changed (from jessie to stretch
apparently). I noticed because I ran lsblk -f, got its new UUID, uncommented
and corrected the now erroneous UUID entry in /etc/stab, also corrected
the entry in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume and 'ran update-initramfs
-u', but to no avail.

swapon -s reveals

Filename				Type		Size	Used
Priority
/dev/dm-0                              	partition	6915068	0
-1

I'm fairly confident now that the 'key' message was:

 cryptsetup: WARNING: target cryptswap1 has a random key, skipped

Anyway I'm in the dark.

PS: root@einstein:/home/curty# dmsetup ls
 cryptswap1	(254:0)

 
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