Let's say you have two swap disks, set up like this: swap1: priority = -1 swap2: priority = -2 Is this going to be any different from the following setup? swap1: priority = 47 swap2: priority = 10 ...
I'm using two swap disks. Changing the order they are in in /etc/fstab and using "pri" in fstab doesn't have any effect. This is what it looks like /etc/fstab #swap on other disk ...
When mounting a swap partition on Linux, what does the mount option pri=42 mean? fstab: /dev/hda1 swap swap pri=42 0 0