Re: Weird message after changing my swap partition

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Joachim Backes wrote:
> I installed my FC5 with /dev/hda7 as swap partition. Later on, I changed
> the swap partion to anotherone and modified /etc/fstab too.
> But now, each time I reboot, getting a weird message:
> "unable to access resume device (/dev/hda7)".
> How to get rid of this boot message?
> All help welcome.
> Regards
The message is because the initramdisk is trying to check the old
swap partition to see if you did a suspend to disk using the swap
partition. (hibernate) You will need to use mkinitrd to make a new
initrd for each kernel you use. Or you can wait until kernel updates
replace all the currently installed kernels if you do not use
suspend to disk, and ignore the message.


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