After running mkswap, swap space is discarded, system fails to hibernate (invalid swap signature)
Just upgraded to edgy.
The new UUID-based fstab seems to be causing me trouble. First, whereas my root (and Windows) partitions have stable UUIDs, the swap partition doesn't, so it fails to mount on reboot.
Somewhat related I'm sure is the fact that hibernation doesn't work. When resuming, it both doesn't resume properly, and also leaves the swap partition without a valid signature (mkswap fixes.)
|jens_acamedia (commercial-acamedia) wrote : Re: [Bug 66637] Re: mkswap should re-use existing UUID or warn about changing it||#33|
|Chip Rosenthal (chip+launchpad) wrote : Re: Hibernation stops working after upgrade to edgy - "no valid swap signature, try swapon -a"||#34|
|Changed in util-linux:|
|importance:||Undecided → High|
|Romano Giannetti (romano-giannetti) wrote : Re: After upgrade from dapper to edgy, swap space is discarded, system fails to hibernate (invalid swap signature)||#39|
|Przemysław Kulczycki (azrael) wrote : Hibernation fails, system freezes after waking up from sleep||#49|
|Changed in linux-source-2.6.17:|
|status:||Unconfirmed → Rejected|