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comment Why OS X use swap when there is lots of “inactive memory”?
So as Radoo says in his comment - "OS X is a hungry beast". I wasn't expecting OS X to be that much memory hungry (both Lion and now Mountain Lion) and that's why i thought there is something fishy here.Thank you for your updated answer.
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comment Why OS X use swap when there is lots of “inactive memory”?
I read over the net that disabling swap on OSX may lead to unexpected behavior of the system and crashes. Is this true?
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comment Why OS X use swap when there is lots of “inactive memory”?
Hi, I used purge command, but most of the time it free less then half of the "inactive" memory. I read that disabling swap on OSX may lead to unexpected behavior of the system and crashes.So I went with 1) Now it is fine with 16 gb :) Just that amount of memory use to be for servers, not desktops :) Thanks for your answer
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comment Why OS X use swap when there is lots of “inactive memory”?
Hi, Not sure you understand me - I am talking for the moment when you have like 100-200MB free memory, 2.6 GB "inactive" and start another program, let say eclipse, xcode and etc What happens is that it does not use those 2.6 GB and instead swap from the active memory.Not sure if you get what I mean.Anyway, thanks for your answer
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comment Why OS X use swap when there is lots of “inactive memory”?
I can reproduce it anytime and can make a screen of the activity monitor if is needed
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comment Why OS X use swap when there is lots of “inactive memory”?
No - many apps, Browsers, Eclipse and etc From what I read it is free since is a recently closed apps cache.There should be way to make OS X to not swap when there is inactive memory
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accepted How to unmount ext partition in Kubuntu 10.04?
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comment How to unmount ext partition in Kubuntu 10.04?
I end up doing same thing, just deleted the partition with gparted in live cd and use the free space to make new ntfs one.Typing from win 7 :) Thanks
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