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SubjectRe: Adding more than 8 swap partitions
On Sun, May 23, 1999 at 09:34:04PM +0200, Pavel Machek wrote:
pavel> > You could just put a single swap on an md device surely?
pavel>
pavel> Carefull! Very, very carefull!
pavel>
pavel> You don't want to swap over devices that are not ready for swapping. I
pavel> do not think md is: it might want to malloc some memory when writting
pavel> out buffer.
pavel>
pavel> I'm not saying md does it. I ..just could well imagine raid5 doing
pavel> it... So be carefull.
pavel> Pavel

Then why not use the same priority on all swapping partitions?
I'm shure it will work like a md.

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