Re: Move all to /usr
On 10/13/2011 05:12 PM, Steve McIntyre wrote:
> Marco wrote:
>> On Oct 13, Salvo Tomaselli <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Some systems have quite a small /boot partition, I've had some problems with a
>> /boot partitions nowadays are mostly useless, unless e.g. you are doing
>> something stupid like a RAID 5 root.
> Or on devices where the firmware / boot loader doesn't support large
> disks, or only limited filesystems etc. Please don't ignore other
> people's use cases.
Isn't this what the whole thread is about: ignoring other people's use
cases? It seems it's one of the only reasons why RedHat people are
pushing to not separate /usr (udev, systemd) and getting rid of /sbin,
/bin, /lib (also a nice reason to push use of dracut). Less use cases is
easier to commercially support I guess.