SUMMARY: Finding the swap space

From: Lenny Turetsky (
Date: Sun Nov 06 1994 - 17:48:01 CST

First off, thanks to:

Brad Burdick <>
james mularadelis <>
david@srv.PacBell.COM (David St. Pierre) (Paul Tekverk) (Glenn Satchell - Uniq Professional Services) (Jailbait) (Jay Lessert) (Perry Hutchison)
Torsten Metzner <>
Jason L Tibbitts III <>
Mike Raffety <>
Patricia Ann Max <>
Ric Anderson <ric@Artisoft.COM> (Mattias Zhabinskiy 203-929-8810x251)
Dave Fetrow <>
Todd Kover <kovert@cs.UMD.EDU>
stern@sunrise.East.Sun.COM (Hal Stern - NE Area Systems Engineer)

The answer for SunOS 4.1.x (which is what I'm running -- sorry that I
forgot to mention it) is:

By default, it is partition b on the boot device. This can be changed by
modifying a config file in /usr/kvm/sys/`uname -m`/conf/.

The answer for Solaris 2.3 is to run `/etc/swap -l'

Thanks again to all who responded,

 | Yale Economics Dep't | Lenny Turetsky |
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