Any opinion on my question above???
Curiously, my swap space is on hda which is the main hdd. I have an hdd which is a tarball backup (I create tarballs monthly of /var/www/ and so on). I'm thinking I should reconfigure it so that hdb has the swap. That should fix up some I/O right? It's SATA so I mean it would allow the system to use I/O on the primary hdd for primary purposes. It would then let the secondary hdd handle the swap. Right?
Reason I'm reposting is that the datacenter techs believe that to be negligible. But, if it ends up swapping I figured it wouldn't be negligible at that point?
ISPC3 on Debian! It's great!