Hi - when i do a swap -l on my system one of the swap devices is /var/crash. That seems not smart since when the system has issues with memory it could fill up /var/crash with coredumps that could in turn affect memory since it is part of swap - do you agree? Thanks
Okay, I see the problem now. Looks like this swap volume was added incorrectly by using syntax similar to VX syntax.
This swap volume is not /var/crash, its actually /var/crash/swapvol2.
It should look more like this:
# swap -l
swapfile dev swaplo blocks free
/dev/zvol/dsk/rpool/swap 274,2 8 4194296 4194296
What's concerning is the device nodes are missing so I think you should remove this device and re-add it, but I need to know if this is a ZFS or a UFS root file system on this system.
My guess is that its ZFS but I want to confirm.