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disk boot error

On Mon, 25 Jun 2001, Jerry Feldman wrote:

> noticed that you have the swap space on /dev/sda11, which is at the end 
> of the drive. Normally, I try to place the swap in a centrally located 
> partition to reduce head movement. (If I have a separate /var, I like it 
> adjacent to that). 

A mark of a long time unix guy.
I've always tried to put swap in the midst of things as you describe.

Lately, I don't.  I'm not swapping anymore, just having swap for insurance.
Thus it really is suited to the cheesy edge of a disk.

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