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resume — Specify the partition device for the suspend image.


resume= suspend_device


Tell the kernel which disk device contains the suspended kernel image. If the data on the image is a valid kernel image created by the software suspend subsystem, it will be loaded into memory and the kernel will run it instead of continuing on with the normal boot process. suspend_device is the kernel device name, which might be different from what userspace thinks the device name is, so be careful with this option.

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