On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 07:34:03PM +0100, thib wrote: > Clive McBarton wrote: > >I find the concept very interesting in principle, although I am not sure > >I can recommend it. In some respects single file systems are more > >acceptable nowadays. In others they are not. Here are my $.02: > my 2c, with the size of HD's and the processing power we have now, I really wonder if spending more than a second on deciding on a single partition or not is worth it. Are the amount of space lost - expressed as a percentage of the disk really worth all the time being spent on it ? And the cpu overhead for using separate partitions and lvm - again with todays cpus.... my default laptop build is partition 1 /boot - ext2 or ext3 about 500M - 1G swap = to mem - my last 3 laptops have >3G memory so if I am swapping there is something wrong rest = 1 big partitions currently ext4 alex [snip] > Thank you.
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