[TUHS] signals and blocked in I/O

Dave Horsfall dave at horsfall.org
Tue Dec 5 08:07:13 AEST 2017


On Mon, 4 Dec 2017, arnold at skeeve.com wrote:

> Most modern systems let you use a regular old file in the filesystem for 
> swap space, instead of having to repartition your disk and using a 
> dedicated partition. I'd be suprised if your *BSD box didn't let you do 
> that too.  It's a little slower, but a gazillion times more convenient.

Doesn't it have to be a contiguous file (for DMA), or is scatter/gather 
now supported?

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