Something the update-manager installed has a huge memory leak
gheskett at wdtv.com
Wed Apr 17 21:28:42 UTC 2013
On Wednesday 17 April 2013 17:27:21 Nils Kassube did opine:
> Gene Heskett wrote:
> > I know that once booted, I can as root do a swapoff -a, but How does
> > one disable swap, I have 3 drives with 4Gb of swap on each and it
> > finds and uses all 12Gb of if I'd let it.
> The use of swap partitions is configured in /etc/fstab and the installer
> usually includes them without asking. Just put a "#" in front of the
> entries and they will not be used after the next reboot.
That came to mind, about 5 seconds after I clicked send. :-) We'll see
what upchucks without it first though. Thanks.
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