I have FreeBSD installed on my desktop, with 2 GB of RAM and
4 GB swap partition and this swap partition is very seldom
touched by the system and then only 2-3% used.
I want to install FreeBSD on a laptop with 4 GB of RAM and a
hard disk of 100 GB. Should I waste 8 GB for a swap partition,
as it is recommended in the handbook?
Thanks for any advice,
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