Re: Swap priority in Debian
- Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2018 13:45:00 +0530
- From: Subhadip Ghosh <subhadip.sky@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Swap priority in Debian
On Saturday 25 August 2018 01:17 PM, Dekks Herton wrote:
Subhadip Ghosh <subhadip.sky@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
I am a Debian testing user. Recently I am experiencing freezing on my
Debian system intermittently and during troubleshooting the same, I
found out that the I have a swap partition with priority set to
-2. But according to the below manpage:
swap priority should be between -1 and 32767. I have a swappiness
value of 60 but I don't remember seeing the swap being used at all
recently, the used swap is always 0%.
Whats swapon -s say? do you use zsawp or zram?
Filename Type Size Used Priority
/dev/sda5 partition 8203260 0 -2
I am using zswap.
My question is, do you think that the -2 priority is stopping the swap
partition from actually being used and because of that, the system is
getting frozen when the memory usage is high?
No, it's -2 on my stretch box with zswap enabled and it swaps as one