[PC-BSD Testing] Swap and root partition sizes... wtf?
kris at pcbsd.org
Wed Aug 24 11:52:21 PDT 2011
On 08/24/2011 00:27, Jamie Ivanov wrote:
> crotchcream# df -h
> Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
> /dev/label/rootfs0 989M 718M 191M 79% /
> devfs 1.0k 1.0k 0B 100% /dev
> /dev/label/var0 2G 221M 1.6G 12% /var
> /dev/label/usr0 277G 76G 178G 30% /usr
> linprocfs 4.0k 4.0k 0B 100% /compat/linux/proc
> //GUEST at BLACKBOX/STORAGE 1.7T 1.7T 5.6G 100%
> crotchcream# swapinfo
> Device 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity
> /dev/label/swap0 9437180 0 9437180 0%
> Can someone see what's wrong with this picture? I used the PC-BSD
> installer which had features that I needed that didn't end up working.
> But I JUST noticed the size of my swap partition after noticing my
> root partition is 72% full.. My question is, who the fuck decided to
> make a 9G swap partition and only a 1G root partition?
> Installer fail. That teaches me to use a non freebsd installer when
> loading a production system *sigh* now I either have to deal with it
> as is or load up a livefs and so some filesystem molestation in some
> risky maneuvers. Thanks guys.
> Jamie Ivanov / KC9LFD
> Blackberry: 32DD619E
Sorry you didn't like the defaults, but normally SWAP is 2*Mem on
system, and we've recently changed "/" to default to 2GB for the
upcoming 9.0. In the past 1GB was fine, but things tend to get bigger
over time :)
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