Can we add more documentation on what this is? How it works? What's the difference between Swap File Universal and Swap File Chunked? Do we need to activate both zram and zswap? Do we need both swapfu and swapfc? When would we want a certain configuration? Where is the swap file located? Can we use this to enable hibernation?
- That information seriously belongs to https://github.com/Nefelim4ag/systemd-swap -- not here, since they are just details for the script. We already describe the background info in Swap, Zswap, Improving_performance#Zram_or_zswap and Power_management/Suspend_and_hibernate#Hibernation, your questions can be answered by simply reading the script. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 16:59, 11 January 2017 (UTC)
Before I just go and do it, I wish to know if a section about swapspace (aur) would be useful. It dynamically allocates SWAP as needed.
can we add a little more detail to "edit fstab to add an entry for swap file"?
it's not clear to me whether the user should type what follows (both lines) into an elevated terminal, or whether it is saying to navigate to /etc/fstab and then use xed (or whatever) to add the second line.
- See Help:Reading#Append, add, create, edit, which explains the conventions for this kind of instructions. Also, since there is a link to fstab, it is a good idea to follow it and learn about the format of the string you're being asked to insert. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 15:29, 12 September 2017 (UTC)
Swapfile fstab entry
Today I tried to setup hibernation on my installation without swap partition thus I had to create a swapfile. Everything worked fine apart from the the fact the the file was not "swaponed" after a reboot. After some googleing I changed the line:
/swapfile none swap defaults 0 0
/swapfile swap swap defaults 0 0
as RedHat and CentOS have it and it resolved the problem. Can someone comment on this / verify that this is not only an issue on my system? Apart from RetHat and CentOS the other distributions / tuts / forums use the current fstab line.