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RE: Partitioning an FTP server

I tend to do this... this is assuming that users will have their home
folders in /home ;)

/		--> 512 MB
/boot		--> 256 MB
/usr		--> 2 GB
/var		--> 2 GB
/var/log	--> 2 GB
/tmp		--> 1 GB
/home		--> what is left

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill English [mailto:benglish@excelphoto.com]
> Sent: Monday, June 26, 2006 12:55 PM
> To: 'Debian Users'
> Subject: Partitioning an FTP server
> I am new to Debian for servers...my only experience is with home
> I am building an FTP server that I want to dedicate most of the space
> holding files. Clients will upload the files and we will pull them off
> within a day or two. The hard disk I am putting in the machine will be
> 74GB drive.
> What would be the best way to partition it given the server's purpose?
> Thanks!
> -Bill
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