I was wondering since I heard that swap is used when you're out or RAM and and swapping too much is bad, since I have a lot of RAM ( 8GB ).... what if I dont create a swap partition? Also, do I need ...
What are the disadvantages of using a swap file/partition on an SSD, even when swappiness is set to 0 I'm particularly interested in the /proc/sys/vm/swappiness=0 case. How much writes are still ...
I use "echo 0 > /proc/sys/vm/swappiness" to set swappiness but even if I'm root i've got access denied. Do you know what should I do to unlock it ?