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SubjectRe: 2.4 and 2GB swap partition limit
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Wakko Warner wrote:
> > I've always been trying to convice people that 2x RAM remains a good
> > rule-of-thumb.
>
> IMO this is pointless
>
> total used free shared buffers cached
> Mem: 517456 505332 12124 111016 97752 236884
> -/+ buffers/cache: 170696 346760
> Swap: 131048 23216 107832
>
> Of course for me, I'm not about to waste 1gb of disk space for swap.
>
> The swap I have is 2 partitions, one on each drive both with a priority of
> 0. Personally, I like the way it's done on my box.

So you've spent almost $200 for RAM, and refuse to spend $4 for 1Gb of
swap space. Fine with me.

Roger.

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