I installed ubuntu 14.04 on my laptops SSD with full encryption enabled on installation and I just realized, that the installer created a swap partition.
swapon shows me
Filename Type Size Used Priority /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-swap_1 partition 8065020 208 -1
As far as I know, for suspend-to-disk these 8GB are needed since I have 8GB RAM. However, I've often read, that swap partitions should be used with caution when placed on an SSD. So do I have to mind this at all (and maybe delete the partition or change some settings) or is this just "okay"?