Re: Partition Scheme
On Monday 16 September 2002 6:49 pm, David Sanders wrote:
> I am installing Debian 3.0 Woody on a new machine with a 80GB hard drive
> and 512MB of RAM. It will be used as a workstation. I have read the
> installation manual, but still have questions about partitioning the disk.
> Minimum values are usually given, but no discussion of max or optimal
> sizes. The following are given in
> / 100MB
> /usr 500MB
> /home 100MB per user
> /var 300-500MB
> /tmp 20-50MB
> What would be the appropriate and desirable scheme for an 80GB disk?
Here is the output from my system...
du -h --max-depth=1
du: cannot change to directory `./proc/1217/fd': No such file or directory
du: `./proc/1542/fd/5': No such file or directory
512 ./My Documents