Trust me, I really do want 250GB (or more) of swap.   I'm using swap as a
backing store for an HTTP reverse proxy for very large cache sets.  Its more
efficient to just use the vm layer for LRU object management than to create
a huge mmap'd file with file buf caching.

Skye



Ryan Coleman wrote:
> 
> snott wrote:
>> Is there a maximum swap size limitation?  I'm using a 64-bit arch and
>> only
>> seem to get about 32GB of usable swap out of a 250GB disk (all of
>> /dev/ad6)
>>
>> Thanks, Skye
> 
> My first question is, why are you partitioning more than 2x your RAM? I 
> highly doubt you have 16GB of RAM.
> 

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