Hi: OK, I have 2 swaps, one on the main raid (4 20GB hot-swap drives) 1/0 and another on the secondary (2 20GB hot-swap drives) raid 1. All hardware raid via dell PERC2 Controllers. This is on my personal work-station, which I am now using multi-tasking more then I have ever done.
When I first installed the system I allocated SWAP as a seperate partition on the main (logical) drive equal to 2X my phisical memory. It became obvious after a short while, that I had too little physical memory (1GB), and I was using swap often. While swapping, things slowed down. So, I added an additional 1GB of swap space (via swap file) on the secondary file system. I did this as per the manual. I now have more swap; my question is this: How can I tell the OS to use the new swap file BEFORE using the old one? Is there a way to tell the system to prioritize the use of multiple swaps? Bob _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"