>>>>> "ha" == ha shao <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: ha> 分几个 partition 回更有灵活性。当然分的时候最好宽松一点。 The primary reason for multiple partition is that the partition can take different mount options. E.g., if a stable Debian system you can put most directories in a read-only partition, which probably deny 90% of the attempts to make a back-door in your system. Or, you might want to disallow SUID scripts from /tmp and /home directories. These things need a separated partition. If you don't need all these, then it is best to have a single partition, since that means you won't end up in a situation that while the root partition is nearly empty, the home directory is full. ha> 不会浪费，128MB 的限制2.2.x 就没有了。最新的限制是多大不记得的，2GB ha> or 2TB? man mkswap: The old setup wastes most of this bitmap page, because zero bits denote bad blocks or blocks past the end of the swap space, and a simple integer suffices to indicate the size of the swap space, while the bad blocks, if any, can simply be listed. Nobody wants to use a swap space with hundreds of bad blocks. (I would not even use a swap space with 1 bad block.) In the new style swap area this is precisely what is done. The maximum useful size of a swap area now depends on the architecture. It is roughly 2GiB on i386, PPC, m68k, ARM, 1GiB on sparc, 512MiB on mips, 128GiB on alpha and 3TiB on sparc64. Regards, Isaac. -- | This message was re-posted from email@example.com | and converted from big5 to gb2312 by an automatic gateway.
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