[one-users] Automount Swap?
michael.kutzner at virtion.de
Wed Mar 27 03:43:00 PDT 2013
> There is no automounting of swap images, not even with context
> packages. Anyway, I think it is a good feature to add. I'll check the
> ways we could do that.
perhaps is an idea to add -L SWAP to the mkswap command when creating
the swap images and to put an LABEL=SWAP into the fstab to add the swap
space (or if doing it in the scripts, to find the correct device).
Thats how we are doing it and this way we are independant from device
> Thanks for taking your time to update the metadata server.
> On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 2:01 AM, Ricardo Duarte <rjtd21 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> How are you auto-mounting the swap inside your instances?
>> As far as I can see, it does not work out of the box on Ubuntu. Maybe I'm
>> missing something.
>> (As a related issue, I'm planning to update the metadata server to support
>> the block-device-mapping attribute; it will enable cloud-init to deal with
>> swap and ephemeral disks automatically)
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