How can we enable, fine-tune the Linux kernels memory compression?
So if we have 1 GByte physical memory, the OS could see ex.: 1.5 GByte because of the compression (but of course it would use more CPU).
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This might point you in the right direction. It tells you what to look up but not necessarily how to implement. I also believe there's a zram service you can install. Something like systemd-zram-service.