Adding SWAP to Linux
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Here are the steps needed to add a new SWAP partition to your Linux machine. This’ll allocate 2GB of space on your disk, and allow it to be used as RAM if your server is running low.

You can verify if the system has loaded this correctly as follows: The free utility, which shows the total amount of memory and the free memory, will also list your SWAP space: To make sure the new SWAP partition is loaded on reboot, add this to your /etc/fstab line at the very bottom.

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