> I would like to increase the swap space in my system.
You did not mention what type of system, as the detaisl will vary.
Quote:> How do I do that without rebooting the system ?? Is this possible ??
It's certenly possible. All you need is unused disk space.
If i would be running some flavor of BSD and have an
unused partition on /dev/sd3b i could use the command
to include this area in my current swap.
Quote:> How then do I make it a permanent change, ie what file do I have to
> update ?? Just in case it was shutdown and need to take on the new
in the bsd case i just add another "swap" line in /etc/fstab
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