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Yes, I did make fstab statement.
On Fri Jul 30 10:24 , lukas <lukas@...> sent:
>On Friday 30 July 2004 16:59, Gyujin Park wrote:
>> I've recently switched to Gentoo, and the server was running fine
>> until there was a problem with SWAP.
>> Gentoo Server Performance decreased and of course Physical Memory was
>> high and warning was sent to root, me.
>> I've correctly mkswap /dev/hda2
>> and correctly swapon -a
>> However, it gives me resource busy.
>> Also, when I do
>> it shows no swap is used even though physical memory level is 98%.
>Have you made an entry for the swapspace in your /etc/fstab?
>/dev/hda2 none swap sw 0 0
>> Of course, the system gets unstable and forces me to shutdown some
>> services, which brings down to about 95%.
>> Why doesn't Gentoo utilitze swap?
>I never had any problems with swapspace and gentoo.
>> also, I'm only running mysql, http, vsftpd.
>> What is the problem with Gentoo performance, whenever I add people
>> and put a quota on, and restart quota service? The it eats Memory.
>I don't know. I never used quota on gentoo.
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