[systemd-devel] /usr on separate file system
Dr. Werner Fink
werner at suse.de
Mon Mar 7 07:04:16 PST 2011
On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 05:09:03PM +0100, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Fri, 25.02.11 13:35, Adam Spragg (adam at spra.gg) wrote:
> > On Friday 25 Feb 2011 13:00:51 Andrey Borzenkov wrote:
> > > Commit
> > > http://cgit.freedesktop.org/systemd/commit/?id=80758717a6359cbe6048f43a17c
> > > 2b53a3ca8c2fa declared separate /usr unsupported. What is really the reason
> > > for it?
> > This does seem odd. Might I also point out...
> > >From <http://www.pathname.com/fhs/pub/fhs-2.3.html#THEROOTFILESYSTEM>
> > 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?
Hmmm ... AFAIK we do. If things do not work, then it has to be fixed
as we have users/customers around definitely use this feature.
> I think this is mostly wishful thinking by some folks who wrote the FHS,
> and does not describe what really is.
As FHS specs are part of the LSB, all Enterprise prooducts should
follow the FHS.
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