Re: /run vs /var/run
In article <20051218033237.GA31995@tennyson.dodds.net> you wrote:
> The principle is the same: /lib is used only for the minimal system required
> for booting, and everything else should go in /usr/lib. /run should be used
> only for junk that needs to be stored early in the boot sequence, and
> everything else should go in /var/run.
However there a big differences: /var/run is much smaller than /run, and if
it is placed in a tmpfs (which is really the best thing anyway) it doesnt
matter under which mountpoint it is located.
And then it is much cleaner to have only one.