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SubjectRe: Swap vs No Swap.
Its not so much that Swap speeds anything up, its that it allows the
machine process things more efficently because it can do more at once.


On Wed, 21 Nov 2001, war wrote:

> I do not understand something.
>
> How can having swap speed ANYTHING up?
>
> RAM = 1000MB/s.
> DISK = 10MB/s
>
> Ram is generally 1000x faster than a hard disk.
>
> No swap = fastest possible solution.
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