On 15.12.2011 20:27, Thomas Goirand wrote: > > Also, I really fail to see how this would be an improvement for our users. > It's just an argument for making our lives of lazy library maintainer > more easy. The question is, if moving files around is a good way to spend maintainers time. I think not. Our ressources are already stretched thin, and there are better ways to invest our time. > Plus having very few tools on the boot partition makes it possible to store > them on a slower disk that will be less accessed than the faster one holding > your /usr (see my setup above, rootfs is RAID1, /usr is on RAID10, so my > /usr > is faster than the rootfs). You can keep /usr on a separate partition. You just need to use an initramfs then, which will mount /usr. Adding support for that to initramfs-tools should not be too hard. dracut already supports this. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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