Originally Posted by faylix
I would suspect there should be some way to copy the partitions contents, break off a small chunk and copy the contents back... possibly using an advanced application like partition magic.
Specifically I'm thinking about why most high power linux systems still run swap and why it increases latency on anything other than a g1, and theorizing it could be partially bc of the slower / read write speeds of our sdcards.
Most of the apps2sd roms leave a bunch of internal space.
Could we be better using this space to our advantage?
- faylix / local
PS: the above post was made off the top of my head with no attempt to test any of the statements. I appreciate any education.
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Faylix, the only way to do this would be via the kernel command line partitioning discussed ad nauseum
in the G1 forum. Unfortunately, because the Slide has a locked down SPL that isn't really possible for us.
Should we one day get access to a more flexible SPL this could likely be achieved -- and to great results!