[systemd-devel] /usr on separate file system
kay.sievers at vrfy.org
Thu Mar 3 09:16:32 PST 2011
On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 17:58, Tollef Fog Heen <tfheen at err.no> wrote:
> ]] Lennart Poettering
> | > To boot a system, enough must be present on the root partition to
> | > mount other filesystems. This includes utilities, configuration,
> | > boot loader information, and other essential start-up data. /usr,
> | > /opt, and /var are designed such that they may be located on other
> | > partitions or filesystems.
> | Well, turns out no distro really follows the spec here, do they?
> Given the number of Debian people I see running with separate /usr, I
> believe it works just fine there and while it's a supported
> configuration I'll patch the warning out of the Debian systemd packages,
> at least.
Sure, if you are willing to support stuff that uses D-Bus in the basic
target and all the other weird issues, I see no problem other than for
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