Chris McDonough on Sun, 10 Oct 1999 21:14:03 -0400 (EDT)

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RE: [Plug] Thanks & Swap Partiton

I think you may be well-served by the command:

"swapon -a"

which makes all partitions marked as "swap" active.

- C

-----Original Message-----
Sent: 10/10/99 4:56 PM
Subject: [Plug] Thanks & Swap Partiton

Hello PLUGers:

I just wanted to say that I enjoyed the meeting very much and I 
am looking forward to the next one.  The food was an added 
surprise, many thanks to our gracious hosts.  I would be more 
than willing to contribute money for food or even bring some 
food for the next meeting.

Now for the Linux stuff!

I recently learned to use the "free" command to see how much 
memory is being used and how much is still available for use.  
I noticed that my swap partition is listed here and that the 
colums of numbers are all 0's. I found that this means my 40 
Mgb swap partition which I made when I installed RHL 6.0 
is infact not on.  

My question is how do I turn on- or make available- my swap 



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