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Using an SSD as swap?

On Thu, 2 Dec 2010 08:09:01 -0500, Chris O'Connell wrote:
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> I would say that putting a swap file on an SSD drive is probably not a good
> idea, especially if you have limited physical memory and a tons of paging
> takes place.
> I did a quick google and found that a few sites had the same general take on
> paging to a solid state drive:

The question is whether in practice I'd come anywhere near the write
limit in any reasonable amount of time.  Or whether I'd care even if I

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