Failure to boot if vitrual memory set to more than available space
|Reported by:||dlmcpaul||Owned by:||leavengood|
If the virtual memory setting is greater than the amount of space available on disk then haiku stops booting.
If there is not enough space for the swap file then it should be reduced or virtual memory turned off.
Failing to boot should not be an option.
How to reproduce: Increase Virtual Memory to > available disk space and reboot.
experience behaviour: Haiku fails to boot
expected behaviour: Haiku boots with reduced swap space.