Script for creating hybrid swap space from zram swaps, swap files and swap partitions.
Script for manage swap on:
- zswap - Enable/Configure
- zram - Autoconfigurating for swap
- files - (sparse files for saving space, support btrfs)
- block devices - auto find and do swapon
It is configurable in /etc/systemd/swap.conf.
- SwapFC (File Chunked) - provide a dynamic swap file allocation/deallocation
# systemctl enable systemd-swap
$ git clone https://github.com/Nefelim4ag/systemd-swap.git$ ./systemd-swap/package.sh debian$ sudo dpkg -i ././systemd-swap/systemd-swap-*any.deb
- Fedora: use package.sh $
$ git clone https://github.com/Nefelim4ag/systemd-swap.git$ ./systemd-swap/package.sh fedora f28$ sudo dnf install ./systemd-swap/systemd-swap-*noarch.rpm
- Manual Download native package from https://github.com/Nefelim4ag/systemd-swap/releases
$ git clone https://github.com/Nefelim4ag/systemd-swap.git$ sudo make install
Q: WTF?! Why you merge swapFC and swapFU?A: That simplify testing of swapFC code and make code more genericQ: How can i migrate config swapFU from 3.X to 4.X?A: Most of switches are same, to get configuration like swapFU from swapFC, set swapfc_max_count to 1 and swapfc_chunk_size to size of swapFU.Q: Do we need to activate both zram and zswap?A: Nope, it's useless, as zram is a compressed RAM DISK, but zswap is a compressed \"writeback\" CACHE on swap file/disk.Q: Do i need use swapfc_force_use_loop on swapFC?A: Nope, as you wish really, native swapfile must work faster and it's more safe in OOM condition in comparison to loop backed scenario.Q: When would we want a certain configuration?A: In most cases (Notebook, Desktop, Server) it's enough to enable zswap + swapfc (On server tuning of swapfc can be needed).In case where SSD used, and you care about flash wear, use only ZRam.Q: Where is the swap file located?A: Read carefully swap.confQ: Can we use this to enable hibernation?A: Nope as hibernation wants a persistent fs blocks and wants access to swap data directly from disk, this will not work on: zram, swapfu, swapfc (without some magic of course).
- For zram support: Dependence: util-linux >= 2.26
- If you use zram not for only swap, use kernel 4.2+ or please add rule for modprobe like:
options zram max_devices=32