Not to trivialize your burden as a sys admin, but if you don't think
you're going to run into swap often (not quoted), and feel that it's
a security hazard... why not disable swap entirely?
If a system dips into swap, maybe it doesn't have enough RAM.
And if security is that important to you, dropping the cash on the
additional RAM should be a non-issue.
Besides, who can argue against more RAM?
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