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What you need to know about the Linux Swap Space

By • Dec 9th, 2007 • Filed under: Linux Tips and Tricks, Linuxfaq

Whilst in Windows the Swap is a file, in Linux systems it is a partition and this partition is very important to the system when it needs more memory(RAM) than it is physically present. It is often said that 512MB of RAM in Linux is equivalent to 1024 RAM in Windows – this is also […]