Subject: Re: MFS on swap on file
To: Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>
From: Martin Husemann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/05/1999 22:16:14
> > Now I would like to mount /tmp on MFS on this swapfile. Is this possible?
> Yes, of course. You don't have to use the swap device for this, you can
> just use /dev/wd0d.
I don't have a wd0d - the disk is FAT only, no disklabel, just the
autogenerated dynamic one, and I definitively don't want any content of the
disk be destroyed by swap, besides the swapfile.
Why does mount_mfs need a special part of the available swap at all? What
I would like to say is "go and get XXX MB of the swap space available now,
I don't care which one".