Subject: swapctl -d
To: None <>
From: Antti Kantee <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/24/2000 17:09:56
I was playing around with swapctl -d and running out of memory. Both
work fine, unless I try to swapctl -d my swap away and don't have enough
memory left for all the applications running. The box froze, but only
from a userland pov, the kernel still responded to pings.

Should doing swapctl -d for a non-empty swap device work at all?

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