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SubjectRe: OOM killer gripe (was Re: What still uses the block layer?)
Hi!

> I suppose I should just configure suspending to a file instead of a
> swap partition, but I've just historically trusted suspend/resume to a
> swap partition much more than to a file. Or maybe I should hack in a
> sysctl to prevent any swapping even though the swap partition is
> configured (so only suspend/resume will use it).

swapon -a; swsusp; swapoff -a?

Pavel

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