[CentOS] Old Small Box
agile.aspect at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 22:57:06 UTC 2009
Ross Walker wrote:
> Why is that? Old school habit or is there a real benefit?
> Swap performance should be equally good whether it be raw disk, raw
> partition, LVM logical volume or even a flat file on today's kernels,
> but maybe there is something I am unaware of
The downside of file system swap is when you reboot a machine
with a large amount of swap on the file system it can take
forever to get past the swap checking.
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