also sprach Nathan Scott <nathans@xxxxxxx> [2005.07.11.0116 +0300]:
> > Grub menu file is changed
> > kernel freezer is activated
> > filesystems are left untouched
> > system is shut down
> There's no xfs_freeze(8) in that test case...? I'm confused.
> > grub starts and /boot has not been flushed.
> Hmm, AFAICT you didn't really freeze the filesystem. The software
> suspend "freezer" is putting the system into a state such that it
> stops writing, such that kernel daemons go to "sleep" (and don't
> wakeup on their usual timer-driven way), etc. The assumption
> there is the system will be woken up from this state at some point
> not switched off and cold booted.
Sorry for leaving out this vital info, I freeze (and unfreeze) right
after changing the grub menu file.
martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.)
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