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Can I use two way stripe metadevice for my swap/dump device?

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Can I use two way stripe metadevice for my swap/dump device? I am hoping after this system performance would be increased a bit.
Please let me know if this is the recommended practice. Thanks!
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During installation you would have chosen a one partition / slice for swap. I am not sure if it ok to do what you want, since if there is a crash dump and system wants to dump it, I am not sure if it works on a striped device.
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Hi beer9,

I guess this should answer your question

http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/806-3205/6jccc20qp?a=view
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Thank you :-)
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