At the started Google Chrome hibernate doesn't come to the end ( opensuse13.2)

openSUSe13.2 x86 ( laptop HP N12075 )
Problem: At the started Google Chrome hibernate doesn’t come to the end.

Step-1:
the fresh opensuse13.2 ч86 installation (I chose only xfce)

Step-2:
Started Firefox
pm-hibernate OK. (hibernate works and at the started firefox)

Step-3:
Add Google-Chrome ( download from-the Google ).
At this time:

rpm -qa | grep -i chrome
google-chrome-stable-39.0.2171.95-1.i386

Step-4:
Started Google-Chrome

Step-5:
Started pm-hibernate
everything stops on this place http://srv.ami.ua/HN_PROBLEM.jpg
http://srv.ami.ua/HN_PROBLEM.jpg

http://srv.ami.ua/HN_PROBLEM.jpg

Please, help me !

Serg

How much memory do you have and how big is swap partition?

ksr@linux-pbuh:~> cat /proc/meminfo 
MemTotal:        2574904 kB
MemFree:         1045520 kB
MemAvailable:    1634644 kB

linux-pbuh:/home/ksr # swapon -s
Filename                Type        Size    Used    Priority
/dev/sda2                                  partition    14683132    28    -1


Looks like you don’t have enough swap. Hibernate use swap to store data should be equal to or greater then memory


Device     Boot    Start       End   Sectors  Size Id Type
/dev/sda1  *        2048    915455    913408  446M 83 Linux
/dev/sda2         915456  30281727  29366272   14G 82 Linux swap / Solaris
/dev/sda3       30281728  80599039  50317312   24G 83 Linux
/dev/sda4       80599040 234440703 153841664 73.4G 83 Linux

Swap Size = 14 G
RAM = 2G

Well that is too much LOL not really but it is a waste.

Don’t know then Ask Google it is their program

I researched a problem.
I found :

  1. If Add Extension “AdBlock Plus 2.6.6” to the FireFox - the problem repeats.
  2. After deleting Extension AdBlock from Chrome - hibernate began to work .

Why AdBlock breaks operation of pm-hibernate I don’t understand.

Serg

MMM add ons often cause problems. Don’t know why but it appears that his one does not quit smoothly when going to hibernate. Should be reported to the programs that wrote the thing I guess. I only use noScript on FF and don’t run any silvery browsers :shame:

Can we just be clear
Is this where you hibernate with the browser still open/running?

Oh and do you mean Hibernate or Sleep?
Personally I never use Hibernate, only sleep

/usr/sbin/pm-hibernate