A start job is running for dev-sda2.device - delaying boot by 1m30

After upgrading to leap 42.2 I have a problem with a start up delay.
During boot I get this message:

A start job is running for dev-sda2.device: Job dev-sda2.device/start timed out.
Dependency failed for Resume from hibernation using device /dev/sda2.
systemd-hibernate-resume@dev-sda2.service: Job systemd-hibernate-resume@dev-sda2.service/start failed with result ‘dependency’

… this delays the boot process by exactly 1m30s

The system is installed on a Samsung SSD Pro 850 & sda2 is the swap partition.

output of “blkid” is:
/dev/sda2: UUID=“06e8b38d-3d70-4a2e-b3b3-d6810f83fce0” TYPE=“swap” PARTLABEL=“primary” PARTUUID=“84df03bd-a692-4b2a-ac01-c37d80ad55fd”

fstab has this entry:
UUID=06e8b38d-3d70-4a2e-b3b3-d6810f83fce0 swap swap defaults 0 0

I can not figure out what the dependency is or how to stop this.

I tried anything I could find and spent days already, but so far I did not get anywhere :’(

…any ideas?

Thanks for helping

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