Re: Bug#735927: general: X *always* crashes when ram is full
previously on this list Roger Leigh contributed:
> With an SSD, you really
> don't want /tmp or swap on it;
Why?, due to limited write cycles?
As long as it is a modern SSD (years) or one of the old ones one with a
sandforce controller (OpenBSD dev let me know about that) then it has a
good 20% extra space above it's listed gigabytes reserved unusable for
wear levelling meaning this is a non issue even when full?
Unless he's worried about not being able to wipe the swap?
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