swap on hurd - conclusion
Yes, I have such big swap. Sometimes even it's not enough :-).
So, if I have swap on /dev/hda1 I should make a new device hd0s0 in /dev.
Next I should add a line to etc/fstab on the same way like in linux fstab
but with different naming convention of the partition (should be hd0s0).
Is it correct?
Od: David Coquil [mailto:email@example.com]
Wys³ano: 2 paYdziernika 2000 23:49
Do: Dave Slack
Temat: Re: swap on hurd
Dave Slack a écrit :
> > Just add your swap partition in /etc/fstab ; you can use the very same
line as in
> > your linux fstab.
> > Do you really have 640Mb swap ? That's bigger than the Hurd partition on
my box !
> Does the Hurd fstab file use the Linux drive format like hda1, hdb1 or
> the Hurd type like hd1s1, hd2s1 ?
Woops, sorry about that... I was posting without thinking ;-) . No, it uses
partition names of course, so copy/paste from Linux would NOT be a good
idea. My bad
Note that you need to have run ./MAKEDEV <swap_partition> in /dev for it to
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