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SubjectRe: Swap Files
Andrew E. Mileski wrote:
> I bet you don't use swap files! If so, then please explain what is wrong.
> Try this yourself:
> dd if=/dev/zero of=swap bs=1024 count=1028
> mkswap swap
> free ; swapon -v swap
> free ; swapoff -a ; free
> You'll then see what I mean - the swap file stays active.

I do use swap files but I do see what you mean. I guess that the reason I
don't see this problem is that my swapfiles are on my root fs, so it gets
remounted ro at reboot/shutdown.

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