zRAM broken on Raring?

Phill Whiteside phillw at vpolink.com
Sun Sep 29 01:06:34 UTC 2013

Hi John,

the only way to see if

But sudo parted -l still reports:

    Error: /dev/zram1: unrecognised disk label

 is by using earlier releases. As I have stated in a different post,
skeletons come out. The parted -l never affected lubuntu in use, our use of
zram never affected lubuntu until the new kernel. That error has been
resolved. The other bugs are "other bugs" and should be filed as such. One
bug report per problem.



On 29 September 2013 01:23, John Hupp <lubuntu at prpcompany.com> wrote:

> On 9/28/2013 12:23 PM, sudodus wrote:
>> Hi John,
>> Yes, let us hope the bug will be fixed soon, and it will be back-ported
>> :-)
>> Can you run your application without zRAM? You can switch it off in a
>> simple way (and have it ready for reactivation) like this with crontab.
>> Edit the crontab with
>> sudo crontab -e
>> $ sudo crontab -l |tail -n3
>> # m h  dom mon dow   command
>> @reboot              /sbin/swapoff /dev/zram*
>> @reboot              /sbin/rmmod zram
>> Best regards
>> Nio
> I set up a root crontab as you suggested, Nio, and syslog confirms that
> the two crontab commands are run after the zram setup commands.
> But sudo parted -l still reports:
>     Error: /dev/zram1: unrecognised disk label
> Does anyone know if the zram1 device would be using memory (the setup
> command designated 512MB for zram on this 1GB setup) or otherwise doing any
> harm?
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