On Fri, Nov 02, 2012 at 01:07:28PM +0000, Klaus Jantzen wrote:Actually, even with two different linux installations under dual-boot,
> on my machine I have two HDDs with Windows, Debian and another Linux system.
> Because of the two Linux systems I have two swap partitions.
> As I want to remove the other Linux I want to get rid of one of the swap
> How can I find out which swap partition is used by Debian and by the
> other Linux, respectively?
> With 'df' I only see the file systems mounted e.g. / (root) and /home of
> Debian but not the swap partition.
you only need one swap partition: They can usually share :-) (unless
you do suspend-to-disk).
>From within a running Linux system, you can see the active swap
# swapon -s
$ cat /proc/swaps
Hope this helps
Karl E. Jorgensen
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