[systemd-devel] systemd - move /selinux to /sys/fs/selinux - maybe remove /srv ?
mkkp4x4 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 23:41:37 PDT 2011
W dniu 29 kwietnia 2011 04:09 użytkownik Jasper Boot
<jasper.boot at gmail.com> napisał:
> 2011/4/29 Michał Piotrowski <mkkp4x4 at gmail.com>
>> By the way, maybe it would be good to think about the meaning of /srv
>> existance? For seven years FHS requires that this directory exists
>> but "The methodology used to name subdirectories of /srv is
>> unspecified as there is currently no consensus on how this should be
>> done" - so even the authors of the standard did not have anything to
>> say about how this directory should be used. Is there a rational
>> reason for the existence of this directory besides FHS conformance?
> For years now I've been using /srv to contain the content for the various
> (world visible) services my machines run. Instead of having a mix of
> /var/www/ /home/apache /home/httpd/ /var/lib/mysql/ /var/named/ and other
> directories the different distributions come up with (usually somewhere in
> /var), I've standardized on /srv/www /srv/svn /srv/git/ /srv/mysql and
> /srv/dns for all machines and distros. Instead of just getting rid of such a
> useful directory I'd rather see an effort to come up with a beter
> standardization / description.
> Because /var already contains a lot of other variable/transient data, e.g.
> log, spool and temporary files, I like the fact that I can have another
> hierarchy for 'content' data instead of 'variable run/state' data. In /srv
> is the really important data I need to backup and restore; /var is just
> variable data that is needed in a running system, but isn't that essential
> and specific to my system. You could almost say that /srv is the system-wide
> /home in my case.
Ok, so it has some use. For the purpose that you described I use
"data" dir that is somewhere on other than / partition
$ ls /home/data/
backup mysql pgsql www
Probably I should use /srv for this, but this would mean that I need
yet another partition.
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