Subject: swapctl -a doesn't do load-balancing; whyzzat?
To: BSD Kernel <>
From: Greywolf <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 09/02/2000 16:06:41
I just checked my swap and noticed it was dangerously low (eyecandy
does that to ya), so I added another swap partition.  I'm curious as
to why, when you add swap, it doesn't try to spread the load out
at that time.  I now have all of my swapped stuff on one disk and
nothing happening on the other one.

Is there something in the works for this or have I missed something?

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