> amd64, 6.2
> I have my swap partition set to priority 9 in fstab.
> Why does swapctl report priority 0?
The compiled in default swap location (normally the 'b' partition of the
boot disk) is added as swap at priority zero in kernel startup as part of
uvm_swap_init(), before any userspace processes are started or /etc/fstab
On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 08:49:34AM +0200, Otto Moerbeek wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 12:42:10AM -0500, Z Ero wrote:
> > Also, why is Firefox 58 taking up about 2 gb of ram when I have 8
> > (non-multimedia) tabs open?
> Isn't confusing toi ask a new qustion with the same Subject.
> Show the numbers and how you retrieved them. This is system using
> virtual memory, not all numbers report actial physical memory usage.
> That said, most web browsers are blaoted beyond believe.
Z, It would be good to respond to questions and provide the requested
information before bombarding the list with new questions.