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Swap space is an area of the hard disk that serves as an overflow when the computer memory is full. The memory used by inactive applications is partially written out to disk to make room for other applications and for the disk cache for active files.

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I would say no. 1: The swap space does not use the same concept of free space as filesystem 2: what matter is that you always keep at least 25% free space on your SSD (this value was given to me by … remains unanswered if you are using a whole disk for swapping. A whole disk used for swap may suffer premature aging, if never trimmed. The other question is: does the swap driver support discard ? ext3 …
answered Dec 3 '18 by Benoit-Pierre DEMAINE