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SubjectRe: 128MB Swap-Space Limit
Reply to mail from Marnix Coppens about 128MB Swap-Space Limit
> At 15:37 11/08/98 +0200, Thomas Scheunemann wrote:
>>Is there any deeper reason, why a single swap-space is limited to 128MB (on
>>i386)?

recent kernels allow for 2gig swaps.

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