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View Poll Results: How much SWAP do you have?

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  • Under 128MB

    0 0%
  • Between 129MB and 256MB

    0 0%
  • Between 257MB and 512MB

    12 38.71%
  • Between 513MB and 1GB

    9 29.03%
  • Over 1GB

    7 22.58%
  • No swap

    3 9.68%
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  1. #21
    Linux Guru loft306's Avatar
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    Oct 2003
    The DairyLand

    i got 2GB of swap on the server 512mb ram i had a spare 4gb array spare so what the hell
    on this box there is 512mb swap 512mb ram
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  2. #22
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    Jan 2005
    i have 512mb ram with 1gb swap.

  3. #23
    Linux Engineer d38dm8nw81k1ng's Avatar
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    Mar 2005
    i honestly don't know. i just let yast configure it for me. at the time i didn't know what swap was
    Here's why Linux is easier than Windows:
    Package Managers! Apt-Get and Portage (among others) allow users to install programs MUCH easier than Windows can.
    Hardware Drivers. In SuSE, ALL the hardware is detected and installed automatically! How is this harder than Windows' constant disc changing and rebooting?

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  5. #24
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    Oct 2001
    Täby, Sweden
    Quote Originally Posted by d38dm8nw81k1ng
    i honestly don't know.
    Just check with the `free' command.

  6. #25
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    Jan 2005
    Hehe, that 'free' command is a new one to me, so I gave it a try...
    That reminded me, I commented swap out of my fstab awhile back to troubleshoot something. I didn't even know it was missing.
    Michael Salivar

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  7. #26
    Linux User Krendoshazin's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    London, England
    Quote Originally Posted by Dolda2000
    Just check with the `free' command.
    Adding on to that, 'free -m' will present the result in megabytes, makes it easier to read at a quick glance, I also have 2GB of swap, I know I'll probably never need it all, but I have the space and for me it's a "just in case" thing, I always make things redundant

  8. #27
    Linux Guru budman7's Avatar
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    Oct 2004
    Knee deep in Grand Rapids, Michigan
    I have 1 GB swap. When I first installed Suse, that is what it setup.
    Never bothered to check its usage, probably 0 as I have a GB of ram.
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    Use CODE tags when posting output of commands. Thank you.

  9. #28
    On my main PC I have 384MB RAM and ~768MB swap.

    On my learning PC I have 16MB RAM and 70MB swap, I doubt it's ever used, I'll check it whilst working on it next time I do.

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