>> Is there any way to increase swap space in Linux without having to use
> fdisk? I also use IRIX and swap space can be increased pretty easily from
> the System Manager. Is there anything similar in Red Hat Linux?
You can mount a file in a Linux filesystem as a swap device, if you wish.
It's less efficient than a swap partition, due to FS overhead, but it
allows you to arbitrarily add and remove swapspace without messing around
with the partition table.
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