Hi all. I’m trying to make zram swap persistent and everything is ok except that swap has low priority after booting.
Steps I did:
- Added zram to
- Created environment file for zram-setup service in
But zram-setup service mounts swap with -3 priority that lower than my swap partition on HDD.
As I can see in
/usr/lib/systemd/system/zram-setup@.service, service does not has option to set priority. So is there’s way to set it with condition that
swupd repair will not replace service’s file (if I add -p option to swapon command)?