Re: ifupdown writes to /etc... a bug?
In article <20030312125004.GA30066@evbergen.xs4all.nl>,
Emile van Bergen <email@example.com> wrote:
>I still think it's nice to offer applications (such as scripts that need
>a /run) to offer a generic filesystem interface to virtual memory.
>Scripts can't make syscalls to get at sysV memory segments, but they can
>access files in /ram or /mem.
That has been standarized as /dev/shm
- need shared memory? use /dev/shm
- need to put info somewhere that doesn't have to be kept between
- same but need it before /var is mounted? /run
- same but need it even when / is read-only ? /run, setup by the
sysadmin to be on a tmpfs
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