Re: Two idential root partitions - how?
>> "MP" == Mark Phillips <email@example.com> writes:
MP> Hmm. From what you're saying here, and from what other responses have
MP> said, perhaps having separate partitions is not that useful. Also, there
They are useful if you have a server. So you can assure that a
overgrowing /home doesn't fill /var. Even with quotas. Usually, the
sum of quota is bigger than the available space. This is so becasue
you assume, that all users won't make use of the full quota at the