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Old November 26, 2012, 12:07 AM
YoungMan YoungMan is offline
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I don't even make a swap partition with more than 4GB of RAM. However, by default, the OS will try to use SWAP anyway.
You have to manually disable the swappiness, so it doesn't try to use the SWAP partition at all:

Linux mint is based off ubuntu, so no worries, it's the same thing.
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