Re: Partition sizes...
hi ya alexander...
partition size is sort of an individual preference
for partition info....faqs..
/ - small as possible ( 64Mb-128Mb )
- so that single user works even on some corrupted systems
/var - 256mb - more for mail servers
/usr - 1Gb - 4Gb
/opt - rest of disk
put user data into /opt or on your 20gb disk ...
- keep the above system stuff separated from user stuff
for your case..use one of the 4Gb disks as your system....
and use the other as a raid mirror or regular backup ...
and use the 20Gb for data for your db server
On Mon, 1 Oct 2001, Alexander Wallace wrote:
> Hello there... I just bought a server that has 2 4gb hd... I want to
> install debian to make it a server, and probably add a 20 gb hd... My
> question is, what partition should I put in the big hd (the 20 gb) if I
> expect to host several websites and forums, I know I shouls put home
> there, but, if I want to use, let's say Postgress and I expect the dbs to
> grow, what other partititions should I put in the 20 gb hd? Also, can
> those partitions share the drive? or do i have to make a partition for
> each one?
> I hope I made myself clear...
> Thanks in advance!