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Old 03-06-2013, 07:21 AM   #1
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Measure the time it takes to resume after hibernation

I am using a Fedora 17 operating system. I want to measure the time it takes for the system to resume after it has been put into hibernation. I have tried to deploy utilities like bootchart but they only seem to be useful only in case of a normal boot and not in a sleep mechanism like hibernate.My guess is it is not triggered after resuming as it does while a boot occurs.

Please suggest a way to measure the time it takes from after selecting the OS to the moment a user is handles control of his session.

Thanks in advance.
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On my Linux system, most of the activities the system performs when resuming after hibernation are in the system log, which includes time stamps. So if I wanted a rough idea how long it takes the system to resume, I'd look at the range of timestamps in the system log.
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You guys can do what you like, but if I wanted a rough idea I'd use one of these:
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well that is the current method I am using! haha

Anyways thank you for the reply!


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