On Wed, 2014-11-26 at 16:27 -0500, Corey Sheldon wrote:
Juan no need inst.zram=on on install on first boot modprobe
zram ; systemctl start zram voila I use the default one in f21b
For now. But the anaconda's zram.service is tailored to provide zram
swap for the installation process. Future changes in it may make it
unusable for general purpose usage on an installed system.
So packaging something general-purpose it definitely the right way to
go. Reindl's scripts look good to me, I'd just suggest adding a
configuration option for setting the maximum RAM for the zram swap being
created. It doesn't make much sense to use it on systems with e.g. 32
GiB of RAM. That's by the way one of the tweaks the anaconda's version
of the scripts+service has (hardcoded, though).
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