Brendan Minish wrote:
>> If you have more than one disk then make an equal sized swap partition
> on each of them. I usually make it right after boot. swap will use
> multiple swap partitions in parallel to improve performance, this will
> be horrible on a single drive but across multiple drives it probably
> helps a bit.
>ISTR you still need to manually set the swap priorities equal to make it
actually do that. I could be out of date there though.
e.g. /etc/fstab with
/dev/sda2 none swap sw,pri=1 0 0
/dev/sdb2 none swap sw,pri=1 0 0
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