As the most people, I also googled after setting the hibernatemode, and found the following command:
sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0
... which should enable the RAM-only sleep mode. I also deleted the sleep image, but the result is not that what I expect.
Hardware config: Apple Mac mini
- Intel i5 (GPU: HD4000)
- HDD: 500 GB (5400RPM)
- RAM: 4GB
If I put my machine into sleep mode by choosing the Sleep Button after the power button is pressed. It goes into sleep mode in couple of second. OK. If I wake it up, it returns in couple of seconds. Still OK... BUT:
- if I let my machine for some hours in sleep mode, it turns into hibernation, which is both unnecessary and slow with a HDD 5400RPM. And because of that if I turn on my machine, it takes about 1-2 minutes to come back.
How to turn out hibernation FULLY? - i really don't need power failure safety feature for a desktop configuration.