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Suspend/resume service files

I have the slight suspicion that the service files posted in the section Power Management#Suspend/resume service files might not work. Has anybody tried them or is actually using them?
-- jakobh 03:12, 10 May 2013 (UTC)

(Mod: the section was moved from systemd into Power Management, so I moved this post too, fixed link along the way. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 10:24, 21 August 2013 (UTC))

Sleep hooks

Where is the exact difference between Suspend/resume service files approach and Hooks in /usr/lib/systemd/system-sleep?

Is the latter obsolete?

-- Orschiro 07:33, 17 January 2014

From systemd-sleep(8):
"Note that scripts or binaries dropped in /usr/lib/systemd/system-sleep/ are intended for local use only and should be considered hacks."
It's always preferred to use service files, they are much more flexible in handling the dependencies etc.
-- Lahwaacz (talk) 23:52, 31 January 2014 (UTC)

Delayed hibernation service

I have found that the service file given in this section does not work. My laptop hibernates immediately after resuming from suspend. I have also found that the older version of this service found in the forum post does indeed work perfectly. Does anyone know why this is? Aouellette (talk) 16:16, 30 May 2015 (UTC)

Resume file does not work after resuming from hibernation

The systemd unit User resume actions presented on this page only worked for me after resuming from sleep, not from hibernate. After adding to the After and WantedBy lines it works both ways. However this is the first time I've done anything with such service files so I ain't sure if this is the optimal way. Can anyone confirm?

—This unsigned comment is by PhilippD (talk) 18:30, 12 October 2015‎. Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

Actually, the suspend@.service in Power_management#Suspend.2Fresume_service_files binds to, but resume@.service binds to They are not synonyms, systemd triggers and when the system is suspended to RAM, and and when it is suspended to disk. This way you can bind your service to either one or both suspend methods using just a single target. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 19:17, 12 October 2015 (UTC)

Bluetooth rfkill

Systemd now provides systemd-rkfill.service. If you use rfkill block to disable bluetooth, systemd-rfkill.service will remember this and restore this state on next boot.