Re: Problem: Slow Boot -- Hibernation?
- Date: Wed, 15 May 2019 00:02:38 -0500
- From: David Wright <deblis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Problem: Slow Boot -- Hibernation?
On Tue 14 May 2019 at 16:12:29 (-0500), Dennis Wicks wrote:
> First off, I am running Debian Buster/Sid (that's what it says!) and
> the kernel is 4.19.0-4-686-pae. 32 bit system,
> 4 Gig of memory (3.xx usable!), IDE disks.
> My boots are getting slower and slower. I'll start from the top.
> The first thing that happens is I get a message
> Resuming from hibernation
> I have never put my system in hibernation! It seems to just
> sit there for several minutes with no disk access and no messages.
> Then it continues on. Is this a problem? I don't think it would make a
> big difference to eliminate it, but it would get rid of one message!
I would imagine that the file /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume
contains the UUID of a non-existent partition as the value of
RESUME=UUID=. If so, and you don't use hibernation, you can comment
this line out, add one saying RESUME= and then rebuild the initramfs.
On your other post, if mounts fail, you could try adding nofail to the
list of options in /etc/fstab/ for those devices. That will at least
speed up booting and gain you access to the logs to investigate.