On Fri, 10 Nov 2000, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> I know the swap-space limit of 128MB has been removed since the standard
> kernel became 2.2.x, but does anyone know if 2.2 will support a swap
> space of up to 1GB?
According to the mkswap manpage it should be possible:
The maximum useful size of a swap area now depends on the architecture.
It is roughly 2GiB on i386, PPC, m68k, ARM, 1GiB on sparc, 512MiB
on mips, 128GiB on alpha and 3TiB on sparc64.
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