Chema (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) wrote:
> But there is also another view that I have not seen mentioned: in
> serious servers, you can also "freeze" the most static parts of your
> system, namely /bin, /sbin and /usr. This means mounting them
That sounds like you want to put /bin and /sbin on it's own partition.
How exactly are you going to do that, if even the mount command itself
is in /bin? By keeping local copies in the /bin directory on the /
partition? Or do you mount / ro (which is also somehow problematic
because some files there are regularly written to, for example mtab)?
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