- May 30, 2016
Didn’t Ubuntu Just ditch the swap ditch the swap partition instead in favor of swap files?VM is for the swap. If your apps requires more RAM than the one you have it will use the space in the VM partition. HFS+ had one or more swap file instead.
Well, I don't think Ubuntu's system would work the way APFS does with volume space sharing. I think an Ubuntu swap partition would remove that space from availability irreversibly.Didn’t Ubuntu Just ditch the swap ditch the swap partition instead in favor of swap files?
Also got any idea what the preboot partition does?
That doesn't answer what the reboot partition does. Rather it shows one thing you can do to it.I answered a similar question in Apple Developer Forums. In a Terminal window:
diskutil apfs updatePreboot