Two swappiness configuration files

I searched the forum for information about swappiness optimization, and created a 100-manjaro.conf file in /etc/sysctl.d/, with vm.swappiness=10 inside.
The file does its job, but next to it another 100-manjaro.conf.safe has appeared, which I don’t know if I should keep or delete. I’m not sure if I created it unintentionally, since I had some problems with the nano commands.

*.conf.safe or *.conf~ are not used by system, you can remove it

if backup by nano , he add ~ to extension :wink:

Thanks for the answer, although I still have the doubt whether I created it or the system itself :slightly_smiling_face:

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