Originally Posted by xXCanisLupusXx
I Guess But Isn't The Whole Point In A Swap File To Take Information Out Of Memory That Isn't Being Used Very Often?, Or Does It Only Kick In When Its At A Certain Point?.
Forgive Me I'm An Ex-Microsoft User.
Swap indeed only gets active when the kernel "thinks" it
can make better use of the RAM for other purposes. Not
having active swap is a good thing - it means there's
plenty of RAM for caching/buffering available, and there's
no need to try and make any use of RAM other processes
are still holding on to.
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 1021100 966832 54268 0 216144 258680
-/+ buffers/cache: 492008 529092
Swap: 996020 0 996020
Mine would eventually grow to a few 100K after a few
days of browsing w/o reboot, and viewing images and/or