Fwd: reboot command behaves different on Linux
Mon Mar 25 14:46:00 GMT 2013
Frank, et al --
...and then Frank Fesevur said...
% And what does sleep mean, hibernate to disk or to RAM? There is a lot
% of confusing about the terms hibernate. sleep, suspend and standy. If
% I understand it correctly, hibernate is to disk and the others are to
% RAM. But I can be wrong.
I concur that the three 's' functions, sleep/suspend/standby, are
equivalent. Like anyone cares what I think, of course ;-)
But, yes, the key is whether one is talking about a long-term, no-power
complete state storage or a short-term, trickle-power operating mode.
HTH & HAND
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