Re: /run vs. /lib/run
On Wednesday 25 January 2006 22:40, Thomas Hood <email@example.com> wrote:
> Tim Cutts wrote:
> > [...] In my case I was mounting /var/run
> > and /var/lock as tmpfs filesystems all the time to reduce hard disk
> > access on a machine that was running all the time.
> Ubuntu is already mounting tmpfs's on /var/lock and /var/run. It's a
> reasonable thing to do and we should support it. That means that
> packages using these directories should create any subdirectories they
It's convenient that they did it first, now we can copy them with less
Are there any other related things that we should be copying from them?
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