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On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 9:51 AM, Vincent Legoll
<vincent.leg...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>  you do _not_ want to be using swap space on raw nand or even eMMC.
>> or USB-based external storage media.  in fact, you don't want to be
>> using swap space at all... with the exception possibly of compswap
>> (the much better version of zram, which linus torvalds refused to
>> allow the full set of patches for, into the linux kernel).
>
> NBD-based (network block device) swap is also a viable solution with
> Gb eth, and is better than getting OOM-killed...

 that would work.  egads i haven't used network-based swap since
imperial college back in 1988-1991, on the sunos 4.1.3 workstations we
had in the lab :)

l.

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