I'm on a fully updated Arch_X86-64/KDE.
While investigating hiberanation recovery problems I've found that it looks like my swap partition in not mounted.
Am I right?
How do I fix it?
# cd /etc [root@Miki_Arch etc]# cat fstab | grep swap UUID=19746a40-d8a0-45e4-8c4b-15c70d3c4dab swap swap defaults 0 0 [root@Miki_Arch etc]# cat mtab | grep swap [root@Miki_Arch etc]# swapon -s Filename Type Size Used Priority /dev/sda5 partition 9213240 248 -1 [root@Miki_Arch etc]# mount swap mount: /etc/fstab: parse error: ignore entry at line 14. mount: mount point swap does not exist
Not that I believe its related, but have you tried to fix the syntax error on line 14 of /etc/fstab yet?
No. Swap partitions are not mounted, that's why you don't see it in mtab, and why "mount swap" does not work. Rather, they are enabled with swapon, which you have done as "swap -s" shows it as active.