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Auto-enable swap partitions

Auto-enable swap partitions: Linux System Engineer: Advanced Disk Systems and System Backup
Auto-enable swap partitions: Linux System Engineer: Advanced Disk Systems and System Backup

Enabling swap devices at bootup is not that much different than with standard partitions and logical volumes. We need to go into the /etc/fstab file and add entries for each of the swap devices or swap files. We an also set the priority of the swap space in the options column. We then need to turn off all swap devices and then turn them all on according to /etc/fstab.

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