On Sat, 04 Apr 2015 11:01:47 +0200 Jerome BENOIT <email@example.com> wrote: > Hello Petter, > > On 04/04/15 09:23, Petter Adsen wrote: > > I am preparing to set up Jessie on my home server today, with mdadm > > RAID and LVM. Even though I am using LVM, I want to get the volume > > sizes about right when I first set them up. > > > > VM images and containers are stored under /var - is there anything > > else that systemd stores under /var that might take up enough space > > that I should be aware of when setting up? > > > why not mount a dedicated partition inside /var for such usage ? > /var/local ? > > Jerome That is a possibility, but I will either: a) simply set up a /var large enough for all I need, or b) symlink to /srv, if necessary I am hoping to avoid symlinking, though. But what I was wondering is if there is anything other than containers/VM images that systemd introduces in /var that takes a significant amount of space? BTW: Whoever came up with the ability to do parts of the installer via ssh - thank you, thank you, thank you! :) _Very_ convenient, I just hadn't actually tried it before. Petter -- "I'm ionized" "Are you sure?" "I'm positive."
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