Klaus Jantzen wrote:
on my machine I have two HDDs with Windows, Debian and another Linux
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
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.
thank you all for your help.
'swapon -s' seems to me the best and shortest command.
'fdisk -l' gives the same result as 'parted print list,all': it
shows both swap partitions and
I cannot determine which belongs to what system.
I did not know that it would be possible to share a swap partition and I
have dared to try it.