I'm following-up now that there's a preview of the change proposal ready:
- This is a system-wide change, for all editions and spins.
- Fedora Workstation edition will no longer create swap-on-disk by default. Instead
swap-on-zram will be used.
- Tentative (proposed) defaults similar to 'zram' package now used by IoT: ZRAM
device is 50% RAM, with a 4GiB cap. The max size, which is configurable, is to help scale
ZRAM device size for more uses cases and hopefully settle on a single default Fedora wide
- Obsolete 'zram' package, to avoid conflict and user confusion between the two
- Test day will be planned
Since Workstation edition will be doing this, it will include Workstation aarch64. And
therefore I figure it's easier for IoT folks to also move to zram-generator. But
correct me if I'm wrong about that, and also let me know what I can do to get Fedora
IoT folks to back this change.