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SubjectRe: no swap partition bigger than 16MB [YAP]
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In article <199605121615.MAA29751@huahaga.rutgers.edu>,
David S. Miller <davem@caip.rutgers.edu> wrote:
>
> Contrary to that recomendation, I have a linux system that uses a
> single 50 megabytes partition and never gave me problems. Maybe
> because I never have to use more than 16 megabytes of it...
>
>That quote from Matt Welsch's book was transcribed some time ago, at
>which point the statement was most likely true. I have filled all 3
>110mb swap partitions on my SS10 running Linux without any problems.
>

Linux currently has a limit of 128MB for i386 (increasing as N^2 with
page size -- it's 512MB for Alpha with 8K pages). This limit is
starting to become a problem as well, and probably should be taken
care of.

-hpa




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