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    SubjectRE: Tmem [PATCH 0/5] (Take 3): Transcendent memory
    > > One feature of frontswap which is different than ramzswap is
    > > that frontswap acts as a "fronting store" for all configured
    > > swap devices, including SAN/NAS swap devices. It doesn't
    > > need to be separately configured as a "highest priority" swap
    > > device. In many installations and depending on how ramzswap
    >
    > Ok, I'd call it a bug, not a feature :-).
    > Pavel

    I agree it has little value (or might be considered a bug)
    when managing Linux on a physical machine. But when
    Linux is running in a virtual machine, it's one less thing
    that a sysadmin needs to understand and configure.


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