On Fri, Feb 12, 2021 at 7:07 PM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I just installed Fedora IoT edition for the first time, version 33, and was
surprised that by default there was no swap to compressed memory. I understand that other
Fedora editions have been enabling this, and it seems like something that would be of
particular benefit to small devices with slow storage.
> It was straightforward to enable this myself (rpm-ostree install
zram-generator-defaults), but I wondered if it was an oversight that this is not installed
Yes, that was my fault and an oversight by me, we actually shipped
zram from the outset on IoT and when I removed it I had thought that
the zram-generator was automatically pulled in as a dep but foolishly
didn't check, it will be fixed in the next compose but I had been
holding off doing a new f33 compose due to a bug in ostree.
Short story is it's known and should be fixed next week.
This should be fixed in today's compose, let me know how you get on.