Juan no need    inst.zram=on on install   on first boot   modprobe zram ;  systemctl start zram    voila   I use the default one in f21b no issues

Corey W Sheldon
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On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 4:08 AM, Juan Orti <juan.orti@miceliux.com> wrote:
El 2014-11-25 21:07, Reindl Harald escribió:

Am 25.11.2014 um 21:03 schrieb Juan Orti:
Hi, I know how to manually configure the zram, but what's the best way
to do it?

I've seen the unit zram.service of anaconda-core, and it gets activated
when booting with inst.zram=on, but it looks like very anaconda-centric.

Should something like [1] be packaged and included in the distro? or
maybe we should spin off the anaconda zram.service and do it more

I think this is a very interesting feature for memory constrained VMs
and other devices.

[1] https://github.com/mystilleef/FedoraZram

i am using the attached src.rpm for many months on Fedora (F19, F20)

Thank you, works great. Shouldn't we package this for the distro?

Juan Orti
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