Re: Partitioning an FTP server
On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 12:28 +0200, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
> On 26.06.06 13:03, Jean-Sebastien Pilon wrote:
> > 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
> I do not think there's any need to have separate prtition for /boot (unless
> your BIOS can't boot from larger partitions), /usr, /var/log (unless you
> have very MUCH logs) and /tmp. I mount tmpfs on /tmp (siz=128m).
> I probably would use this schema:
> / 2GB
> swap 1GB
> /var 4GB
> /home the rest
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I agree. You cannot be too rich, too thin, or have too big a /var