Definition of Swap space
1. Noun. The disk space that is set aside for virtual memory.
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Literary usage of Swap space
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1. Decision Support Systems for Ecosystem Management: An Evaluation of Existing edited by H. Todd Mowrer (1998)
"All platforms require a minimum configuration of 600 Mb available disk space; 48 Mb RAM, 200 Mb swap space; Arc/Info Rev. 7.O.3., Oracle Rei. ..."
2. Guide to Understanding Trusted Recovery in Trusted Systems by Virgil D. Gligor (1991)
"... audit trail is% full, insufficient swap space left, inadequate configuration installed, etc. The effects of discontinuities of operation are the same as ..."
3. A Briefer History of Time: From the Big Bang to the Big Mac by Eric Schulman (1999)
"... swap-space (priority -1) SB 4.13 detected OK (220) Installed 0 Press a key to continue... Sorry, wrong key. System going down IMMEDIATELY. ..."
4. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for UNIX Environments by Institute SAS Institute, SAS Institute (2004)
"... amount of physical memory (not including swap space) that you expect to be available to SAS at run time. A good starting value is the amount of physical ..."
5. GIS-Key Environmental Data Management System: Innovative Technology by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... in the middle of an operation, possibly due to a lack of swap space. After such a crash, lock files may need to be deleted. This is not part of routine ..."