Re: Debian's recommendation for the size of the swap.
> i'm currently use 12M swap with 64M RAM, is it too few ?
Here's what you do:
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 127660 120980 6680 21636 44904 35608
-/+ buffers/cache: 40468 87192
Swap: 25580 240 25340
I have 128 MB of RAM. I'm using all of it but 6.6MB, but I only really
need 40MB for my applications, the rest of the 128MB is caching files
that I have used recently. The next time I read them, they will already in
RAM and Linux won't access the disk, thus the process will be 10 times
I'm hardly using my swap, and almost never do.
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