Partition Sizes, AGAIN!
Mike.McCarty at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 4 15:08:18 PST 2010
Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Mike, I don't understand your dislike for separate /boot and swap
> partitions. They are not large and really don't need to change once set
> up properly.
I don't dislike a separate /boot partition. I like that, and I like
it near the beginning of the disc.
I don't like a separate swap partition, because it's difficult to
resize, and the information I have is that with 2.6 kernels a swap file
is as fast as a separate partition, and much easier to resize.
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