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Re: How to partition hard drive?



on Fri, Apr 13, 2001 at 07:44:08PM -0600, Dan (dan502@cia-g.com) wrote:

> on Fri, Apr 13, 2001 at 05:42:30PM -0600, Dan (dan502@cia-g.com) wrote:
> > This is how i partitioned my hard drive 20GB:
> > 
> > /=500mb
> > /home=5000mb
> > /usr=10480
> > /var 4000mb
> > /tmp=rest
> > 
> > THis is a single use linux computer.
> 
> That looks awfully generous for / and /tmp.  What's your df output?

> Don't know that off hand since I am currently securing it at another sight
> with a linux pro.  I know home is hardly full usr is is like 10% or so and
> the rest is under 5% maybe.

Nevermind.  I was doing the math wrong.

I'd probably swap your allocations for /home and /usr, though this
depends on what you're doing with the box.

Cheers.

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