So, Matt, any comments?

On  7 Jun, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
>       Mikhail Teterin writes:
>>When I moved to mdconfig, I figured  I have to use ``-t swap'' for the
>>same effect, but  it seems, I was wrong --  apparently, ``swap'' means
>>the filesystem  will always hit the  disk, even if there  is plenty of
>>RAM to go around. My suspicion was further confirmed, by disabling the
>>swapping at all -- the mdconfig-ed device stopped working -- disklabel
>>got ENOMEM.
> The swap backing in  md(4) is a straight copy of  the code which lived
> in vn(4). I'm not terribly familiar with that code, but I would expect
> that it would work with no swap space as well.
> Your man is probably Matt Dillon...


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