One of these options is the possibility of modifying the type of rest that the system performs .
The different modes supported by the operating system are
- Mode 0. In this case, RAM is used at all times to store the content, hibernation is disabled and suspension is faster.
- Mode 1. The contents of the RAM are passed to the hard disk and therefore no RAM is used to keep the system active.
- Mode 3. This is the default mode.
- Mode 5. Similar to the first mode with the exception of using the safe SWAP mode.
- Mode 7. Similar to mode
7 3 but with the difference of using the safe SWAP mode.
To activate any of these modes, you can test the hibernation speed, just use the command “sudo pmset -a hibernatemode X”, replacing the X with the mode you want to activate.