I am setting up a machine to run a number of virtual machines. I am using a single HDD with a boot partition and an LVM partition. I read on the Arch wiki that logcial volumes which will be used for swap should be setup with
To create a contiguous partition, which means that your swap space does not get partitioned over one or more disks nor over non-contiguous physical extents.
How important is this? If i have a dozen VMs each with a contiguous logical volume for swap and a non-contiguous logical volume for /, how will having so many contiguous logical volumes affect my ability to resize logical volumes (either contiguous or non-contiguous)?