Advertisements I've just finished restoring my image with mfsrestore -i /mnt/dos/tivo.bak /dev/hda which completed successfully. mfsadd /dev/hda this expanded to 320 hours. I've use the large mfstools 2.0.iso, and executed copykern followed the prompts remove the disk and put back in Tivo, all works and boots. But I've read I need to allocate a larger swap space, I can see from the kernel logs that Adding Swap: 65532k swap-space (priority -1) which, from my reading through the forums may not be enough, and I should have 150MB for my 300GB drive. I'm assuming I've got to pull the disk from Tivo and change the swap file, this cannot be done live on the Tivo? Q. Does this just change the swap file? I don't need to re-restore again? what is the command line for using tpip for this?