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Managing swap in the modern Linux system

Posted by enable_sysadmin on Feb 20, 2020 11:49 PM EDT
Enable SysAdmin; By Tyler Carrigan
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Swap space is an integral part of the modern Linux system, especially in the Enterprise environments of today. Many of you may be familiar with its concepts and how to manage it to work in your favor. I would bet that there are a lot of people who, like myself until recently, haven't interfaced with swap or the manipulation of it in a live environment and may not entirely understand its purpose. I want to go through the basic concepts and explain how to create and manage a swap space.

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