I followed this guide
,most excellent, I might add, to setup encrypted lvm on my laptop. I am attempting to follow the new pm-utils
guide dated August 2010 in order to enable suspend to ram and or hibernate on my laptop. My five questions are enumerated and as follows:
Since I have two swap partitions, how will I know if either one is big enough? Does the encrypted lvm create a bigger swapspace requirement?
I do not know the command to list the size of a vgroup although I have resized them. What is the command to list a vgroup's size?
Does the PM-utils guide
apply to encrypted lvm?
Normally, at startup, the system ask for the password to unlock the /dev/mapper. Then the system boots into run level three and awaits a valid login user-name and password. Will the suspend to ram or swap (hibernate) create a situation where I've successfully suspended to ram or to swap, but I cannot boot out of suspend or hibernate due to the system prompting for a username when it should be prompting for the password to the /dev/mapper?
On the kernel line, can I assume that the "resume=/dev/mapper/blah-blah/xxx" goes between the current roo=xxx and "ro vga=788"
Thanks in advance for any help