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  • daviddavis

    Hello to all,

    I read a performance tip for VMware that said that you should create a seperate disk swap file for each virtual system to increase performance. I am wondering if anyone is doing this and, if so, whether or not you have seen any performance increase.
    Or, is this just one of those things that “in theory” should give better performance but no one can really tell a difference.


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