I just can’t understand why can’t I remove the swap partition after upgrading to Fedora 33. I have got ext4 filesystem in all partitions. I do the following steps:
- Boot up with a USB pen drive.
- Remove LVM swap partition.
- Extend LVM home partition.
- chroot to comment swap line in /etc/fstab so as not to mount it during boot up.
Everything is OK up to this point but Fedora freezes and doesn’t boot up. I have to roollback all changes in order to get Fedora working again. The funniest is that I didn’t uncomment swap line in /etc/fstab, however, it worked! Moreover, it is not used by Fedora any longer, since monitor app reports 5 GB of zram memory while I only have 1 GB of swap memory. I mean, swap partition must exists despite being useless!
What on earth is happening?