On 6/9/20 1:43 AM, Marius Schwarz wrote:
And ZRAM is one of the tools, that should not be enabled by default
anyway. In a best case scenario it extends memory, but in most cases it
slows it down. With 16GB there isn't even a use-case for it.
It doesn't slow anything down. If you don't use it, it's only taking up
a few KB of RAM. If you do end up needing it, it's there and it saves
you from slow disk swapping.