In article <20011118230540.A2042@werewolf.able.es> you wrote:
>>Yep. There's a reason for that: the kernel is *ALWAYS* able to swap pages out
>>to disk - even without "swap space". Disabling swapspace simply forces the
>>kernel to swap out more code, since it cannot swap out any data.
> Sure ??? Where ?? What disk space uses it to swap pages to ?
It does not swap code pages out. It simply forgets them and reloads ("page
them in") them when needed.
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