Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: verifying swap NSLU2 and SlugOSBE 5.3
- aswolff1971 wrote:
> Just adding some more details to my initial post:Yes, it certainly does.
> The disk I am trying to partition/format is a 2GB USB Pen Drive.
> sda1 /
> sda2 <--swap
> sda3 home
> Does SLUGOSBE support swap on thumbdrive/memory stick?
You probably should follow the setup guide for SlugOS; the link you
posted in your original email is quite dated (so old that it refers to
Among other steps, this wiki article shows you how to create a swapfile
(which avoids the hassle of partitioning a thumb drive in the first place).
> --- In email@example.com, "aswolff1971" <aleksei_wolff@...> wrote:
>> I just installed SlugOS on my NSLU2. I (think I) followed the procedure in the document http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/OpenSlug/InitialisingDisks
>> But when running 'top' or 'df -h' or 'mount' no entries show up with sda2 or swap.
>> I tried running 'swapon -s' but I got an error saying 'invalid argument'. I do remember getting an error when I ran the command 'swapon /dev/sda2' something about "busybox: /dev/sda2/ already configured or not available"
>> 1. Any other commands I can use to verify swap partition is working?
>> 2. What steps should I redo? Do I need to go back to fdisk and delete /dev/sda(1-3) and start from scratch?
>> 3. I already moved my root file system from flash to sda1 will my slug reboot without issue if I remove my USB pen drive?
- Thank your for the link. I followed the procedure in that document and did not get any errors (in fact 99% of the screenshots matched).
But after running the following 4 commands and running a 'reboot' the system hung with all 4 led lights on (amber, green, green, green) any suggestions?
dd if=/dev/zero of=/swapfile bs=1M count=32
cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab.backup
echo '/swapfile swap swap defaults 0 0' >>/etc/fstab
> Yes, it certainly does.
> You probably should follow the setup guide for SlugOS; the link you
> posted in your original email is quite dated (so old that it refers to
> "OpenSlug" still!):
> Among other steps, this wiki article shows you how to create a swapfile
> (which avoids the hassle of partitioning a thumb drive in the first place).