• Unix: Adding swap space on the fly

    Posted June 24, 2009 - 9:02 pm

    Swap space can be critical to the performance of a Unix system. Even if you think you have sufficient memory (1-2 GB), you might find that the demands on your system cry out for more. You can resolve a swap space shortage in a pinch if you have an unused partition on your disk or just extra disk space on a mounted drive.

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