Changing swap space size
You might want to change the amount of swap space on your system
because of performance considerations or hardware changes.
For example, you might decide to distribute swap space across multiple disks,
or increase the amount of swap space because additional RAM
was added to your system.
Use caution when changing swap size.
The VTOC is a critical system resource.
An error in this file can render the system unbootable or
otherwise corrupt the contents of a filesystem.
Adding swap space
Determining swap usage
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004