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Re: [opensuse] Swap on wrong drive, according to fstab.
On 2014-03-19 01:11 (GMT+0100) Carlos E. R. composed:

Felix Miata wrote:

On 2014-03-19 00:20 (GMT+0100) Carlos E. R. composed:

No, you'd be wrong. Try yourself, yast does it. Click on the button for
"fstab options" and you will see the label entry inside.

I did that before writing my previous thread post. I see no option to
create a label for formatting a swap partition type, only an option to
mount by label if a label already exists. IOW, to format a swap
partition, YaST offers no options at all.
http://fm.no-ip.com/SS/Suse/yast2-131-part-opts.png

And I tried myself in YaST before posting. It does work :-)

I did not all the way through, for three reasons:

1-absence of existing swap partitions lacking labels;

2-lack of interest in creating new a swap partition just to test this;

3-the only things I ever do with the YaST "partitioner" is choose mount point, choose mounting options, and optionally select to be formatted...

Except for one time about three years ago on a 2TB data-only HD, all of my BIOS-compatible partition table operations I do with DFSee, a cross platform app with binaries functionally and behaviorally identical for DOS, Linux, Mac, OS/2 & Windows.

It is in your photo. Click on "Volume label", then write a label, and
the label is created.

That is non-intuitive (unexpected) workflow. Everything else in that window is about what gets written to fstab. The logical place to create the label would be elsewhere involving writing to a partition, such as formatting and formatting options.
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