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    SubjectRe: Swap area: why not more than 128M each?
    On Fri, Mar 13, 1998 at 07:19:36PM +0100, ralf@uni-koblenz.de wrote:
    > On Fri, Mar 13, 1998 at 10:35:38AM +0000, p0thead@ooz.net wrote:
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    > > Not to sound like a dork, but why edo you need a gig of swap? just curious
    > > :)
    >
    > Imagine, there are machines with RAM in the two digit gigabytes and they're
    > swapping ...


    Not that I'm against large swapfiles or anything, but with 1GB+ of
    memory, putting 4GB of swap on one disk is not a good idea. On those
    systems you need to spread the swap on lots of disks to get reasonable
    swap-bandwidth/memory.

    astor

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    Alexander Kjeldaas, Guardian Networks AS, Trondheim, Norway
    http://www.guardian.no/

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