Please note, I'm not part of the release team.

Over the lifetime of bionic userspace it will be used on newer kernels,
or those that backport this particular feature.

Despite this being a "new" interface, I see this as actually a minor bug
and deficiency of Linux platform, given that other operating systems
support swapfile hybernation just fine. Thus it's merely a bug fix.
However, the value of knowing that "bionic GA and above" are fixed would
be really nice. As far as I can tell, the linux kernel patch is in
proposed already, and userspace should follow too. I'll look into
cherrypicking that into systemd.

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  FFe: Enable configuring resume offset via sysfs

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