QCow2 (IOW : a dynamic file) for suspend to file
Getting an SSD, I'm a bit worried about swapping using up its read/write cycles, so I'm doing a bit of research.
I've been using tuxonice for years now, and know that the suspend to file functionality works very well. What I would want is not to have a file of size X always present on my PC, so I'm looking for ways to create a dynamically sized file. Right now, the only thing I've come up with is using qemu's QCow2 to create an image file, which I will then mount, and create my suspend file in there. Thus I'd get a static sized file in a dynamic filesystem.
Any thoughts about this? Or anyone know of a more straightforward solution?