Receiving the following information about an error encountered during system startup in dmesg. It wouldn't be a big deal, except it keeps triggering my log monitoring script! :)
[ 1.919823] PM: Error -22 checking image file
[ 1.919826] PM: Resume from disk failed.
Internet searching yields information suggesting it is related to 'hibernation/suspend' and 'apci' but this is server installation and 'hibernation/suspend' features were not included. (at least not deliberately included).
So, does something need to be blacklisted? The only real solution I've found on the web involves remaking the swap partition...which seems strange. Ideas?
- I've installed Debian Squeeze with the minimal package set (expert install)
- I've seen this on multiple systems with different hardware.
- One a system with similar hardware but using the squeeze-backports kernel (2.6.39-bpo.2-amd64), does not produce this error
- I've seen this on i386 and amd64 targets