Re: no deprecation of /usr as a standalone filesystem
Josselin Mouette <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Le lundi 01 juin 2009 à 16:26 +0200, Goswin von Brederlow a écrit :
> > > What has the initramfs got to do with this?
> > For / to be on LVM you need an initramfs. / on raid (with custom
> > kernel) or plain partition works without one.
> I already know that, thanks, but it still doesn’t make your point. Just
> because you have some religious taboo against initramfs doesn’t make it
> an invalid solution.
Go back and look at what Goswin wrote in the first place:
> As long as debian does not provide support for kernel independent non
> breaking initramfs support (i.e. not regenerated on every whim and
> break) having / outside lvm and no initramfs is a real plus.
It sounds like he feels that having an initramfs is very fragile the way
Debian handles it now. If / is outside of lvm, then when the initramfs
breaks, he can boot up without it and get to a place where he can
regenerate an initramfs. That's not "a religious taboo against
initramfs." That's sensible troubleshooting behavior.