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Re: Moving /tmp to tmpfs makes it useless

> And you are not correct here.  The tmpfs defaults to guaranteeing
> a certain fixed size being available, as I stated above.  If the
> memory was used up by applications and data, then the system will
> swap, drop cached data, flush unwritten data to disc etc. in order
> to make room for it.  You are *guaranteed* to be able to use that
> space
swap is shared between every process, it's not for tmpfs only... so there is 
no such thing as *guaranteed*.

Salvo Tomaselli

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