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SubjectRe: Swap vs No Swap.
Yeah, but when the disk starts swapping the system slows down to a halt.


"H. Peter Anvin" wrote:

> Followup to: <3BFC5A9B.915B77DF@starband.net>
> By author: war <war@starband.net>
> In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> >
> > I do not understand something.
> >
> > How can having swap speed ANYTHING up?
> >
>
> By allowing RAM to be better utilized.
>
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