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Using an SSD as swap?

On Thu, 02 Dec 2010 16:56:39 -0500, Mark Komarinski wrote:
> On 11/30/2010 10:14 PM, Robert Krawitz wrote:
>> Has anyone tried using an SSD (or part of an SSD) as a swap device?
>> My laptop has only about 3 GB of RAM (4 GB physically installed, but
>> the BIOS only gives access to 3.3 GB).  It bogs down under heavy RAM
>> use.  By removing the DVD, I could add a second drive.  One thought
>> would be to get an SSD for my root and swap partition.  I would expect
>> swap to behave much better on an SSD.
> Are you by chance using a 32-bit kernel?  If so, have you tried a 64-bit?

64 bit.

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