I see in other examples, this entry in grub:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="resume=UUID=d3211b27-99fb-4735-a0cc-983721ff1ed8 quiet splash"
Mine looks like this: (and I have it comented out to see the log)
Do I need: 'resume=UUID=....' part? If so, which partition number I need to put in, root, boot...? To complicate matter a little bit more, I have ms-dos partition table, I don't need /boot partition, but I have it set up regardless.
The reason I'm asking is, this is fresh install, but computer seems to hang up for several seconds before screen comes up. I did change fstab to reflect SSD so there is no auto trimming at boot. If I run systemd-analyze blame numbers looks great, but I don't thrust these numbers it feels to slow.
Upper part of my grub: