I have an R50 system that has two paging spaces
defined (from lsps -a):
paging00 1280MB Percent used (7%)
hd6 512MB Percent used (20%)
Question 1: Is the order that the swap spaces
are returned in lsps the order in which the swap
spaces used? or does the below swapspaces file
/etc/swapspaces is defined as follows:
dev = /dev/hd6
dev = /dev/paging00
Question 2: Why are both swap spaces used since
neither of them are even close to being used
completely on their own?
Question 3: hd6 is on a mirrored rootvg paging00
is on a SSA RAID filesystem. I would like to get
rid of hd6 and only use paging00 for performance
reasons. Is this advisable if the paging space
on /dev/paging00 is large enough?
Thanks in advance for any help.
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