Resume from hibernate hangs after "Image successfully loaded"

I tried, for the first time, suspending to disk and now I can’t use my computer. When it boots, it prints the following messages:

resume: Compressed image
Loading image data pages (564852 pages). . . 100% done
wrote 2206.5 MB in 4.7 seconds (472.3 MB/s)
read 2206.5 MB in 5.4 seconds (408.2 MB/s)
total image i/o: 4412.9 MB in 10.1 seconds (437.9 MB/s)
resume: Compression ratio 0.30
wrote 669.1 MB of compressed data in 4.7 seconds (143.2 MB/s)
read 669.1 MB of compressed data in 5.4 seconds (123.8 MB/s)
total compressed data i/o: 1338.2 MB in 10.1 seconds (132.8 MB/s)
resume: image successfully loaded

And then it does nothing. It’s not exactly dead: it echoes whatever I type (except ^D), but I haven’t found anyway to get it to respond or continue booting.

Each time I reboot, it does the exact same thing, so I’m completely unable to use my computer.

Is there a way to get out of this situation?

Can I force a reboot instead of a resume?

Thanks for your help.

On 2014-12-30 17:06, freefiber wrote:

> Is there a way to get out of this situation?
>
> Can I force a reboot instead of a resume?

I think there is a kernel option you type on grub menu to tell it to do
that. Or simply use advanced/failsafe boot entry.

If you don’t get the grub menu, then you could boot a rescue system,
mount the filesystem somewhere, then remove or rename the
“/SOMEWHERE/boot/grub2/grubenv” file (I think it is that one).


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 “Bottle” at Telcontar)