Should I, or do I need to, disable memory swapping when my OS is installed on an SSD? I run OSX 10.10.2 with 16GB of memory. Currently, Activity Monitor reports I have 16GB of virtual memory allocated, with 0Bytes actually being used. 5,28GB of Memory is in use.
I understand that it's beneficial for the longevity of as SSD to reduce the amount of write-actions to it, which leads me to believe it's also beneficial to not have a swap-file on that drive. If I really need one, can I move it to my internal HDD? If so: how?