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Re: What is the consensus on the best partition scheme and size?/Keeping home separate



Robert P. J. Day wrote:

> 1) a separate /tmp to protect the root filesystem from /tmp overflow
> has always seemed to me like a good idea.

	I can't remember why but there was some reason for not mounting /tmp as
a separate filesystem.  It's probably buried along with "sync sync sync".

> 3) if i'm feeling bold and daring, i'll mount /usr read-only (as the
> FHS suggests it has the right to be).  AFAIK, there's nothing in
> fedora core that requires /usr to be mounted read-write in normal
> operation, and i can always remount briefly when i'm installing or
> updating SW.

	That is the proper and correct way to have /usr mounted.

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