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Re: [tlug] how filesystem works?
- Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2007 14:19:18 +0900
- From: Darren Cook <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: [tlug] how filesystem works?
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> If you do quarantine /var, you can boot to single-user (or simply stop > daemons etc that use /var, but that's tricky), find space on another > partition, mv (or "gzip >") the logs (mail spool, etc) there, and > restart the system. Or, in other words, it is a good idea for linux gurus running servers. That is also the same people/application pair that will be able to guess reasonably well the partition sizes they need. IMHO, for the rest of us, it is a waste of effort. (Though, out of habit, I still usually do; and with modern large disks I just guess high on the /var requirements.) Darren -- Darren Cook http://dcook.org/mlsn/ (English-Japanese-German-Chinese free dictionary) http://dcook.org/work/ (About me and my work) http://dcook.org/work/charts/ (My flash charting demos)
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