yellowrabbit2010 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 28 16:58:34 PDT 2015
On Sat, Mar 28, 2015 at 02:52:12PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :> a: 1GB boot
> :> b: 32GB swap
> :> d: * hammer (root and everything else on one hammer filesystem)
> :fur such a config there is no need to reserve 10% unused.
> :just add TRIMming b partition at every boot. swap would rarely be full.
> Yes, very true. swap can be TRIMmed on every boot and in most
> situations this will leave enough unallocated space.
> In my example I totally forgot to include an 'unused' partition to
> hold the reserved area, too, but just having a larger swap partition
> and TRIMming it on boot probably works even better.
> The -e option to swapon will trim swap. Hmm.... our rc scripts don't
> provide a way to override that to add the -e.
... and it can't trim swap that was set as /dev/serno/bla-bla-bla :(
with best reagrds, Yellow Rabbit
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