I recently upgraded to Linux Mint 21.1 and overall it works pretty good. I’m having an issue where I after about a week of use (multiple sleep + hibernate) it just becomes incredible slow. Switching virtual desktops takes multiple seconds. Sometimes my keyboard won’t work for 10+ seconds.
A reboot usually fixes this, but occasionally when I reboot, the WiFi won’t show up. At that point I have to do a manual shutdown and let it sit for a few minutes before powering back on. I never had this issue with Linux Mint 20, so I’m curious if this is a regression that anyone else has seen?
It’s really a pain to have to reboot constantly instead of being able to know that when I wake up my laptop it’s going to perform as it should.
No, I have 64GB of RAM, and it’s well within the bounds of that. I have noticed that if it swaps at all (lets say even 10MB, which happens sometimes after it wakes up from hibernation) then it becomes totally unusable. Even if I disable swap and renable it to clear it, it will still be embarrassingly slow