Bug#613796: partman-partitioning: Put swap at begin of disk instead of at end
On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 9:27 PM, Miguel Figueiredo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Could swap be put at the begin instead of at the end of a disk?
>> It's better for performance and it allows one to resize the / partition
>> without touching the swap one.
> /boot is very small and usually it's a good idea to have it in the begining of
> the disk so bootloaders don't have problems with dealing with it.
> At least this was a requirement with ancient distributions/disks/bios :)
> I'm not sure if the same happens today on any arch or port...
> If that's the case then /boot, swap, everything else would be safer.
I mean before /, by default there's no separate /boot.