Is ZRAM supported in Lubuntu?
sudo apt-get install zram-config
install it? Or is there another way?
Machine: Dell Dimension 2400, 512 MB RAM
[10:43 AM] ~ $ dmesg | grep zram
[ 23.623097] zram: module is from the staging directory, the quality is unknown, you have been warned.
[ 23.633196] zram: Created 2 device(s) ...
[ 23.663521] Adding 1002652k swap on /dev/zram0. Priority:5 extents:1 across:1002652k SSFS
[ 23.677369] Adding 1002652k swap on /dev/zram1. Priority:5 extents:1 acros
Hi, I saw this post on webupd8 and thought I'd give it chance: Increased performance in linux with zram. I downloaded the deb but here's the thing:it requires I remove live-config, live-config-sysvinit, live-initramfs and sysvinit. Also install libnih-dbus1, libnih1 & upstart. Here's my question:Is this a good idea?
this is a stock a87 boot.img which has swap disabled which is also known as zram
disabling the zam does not add up 51mb to main memory(need help regarding this)
zram also boosts the performance because its a part of mian memory
default value for zram is 60 means system will only swap if more memory needed by the system ,if we set this value to 100 then applications which are not active
While zRAM has been part of the Linux kernel's staging area for a while now and this RAM-based compressed block device is used by Chrome OS and Android, it's struggling to get promoted to the main area of the kernel...
While zRAM has been part of the Linux kernel's staging area for a while now and this RAM-based compressed block device is used by Chrome OS and Android, it's struggling to get promoted to the main area of the kernel.
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