No, I remember now why that swapfile was there. It seems that Linux systems insist that a swap facility be visible, else it will not boot. Seeclerew5
Only your load can tell. Run the command vmstat | tee /tmp/vmstat.txt where is the seconds and is number ofalfeng
I just notices that the root partition on my slug (slugos/Be v3.1 I think) contains a huge swapfile of 33MB, apparently created on the date when 'turnup' wasclerew5
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