Sysinstall automatic filesystem size generation.
gni at gecko.de
Tue Aug 30 06:56:33 GMT 2005
On Mon, Aug 29, 2005 at 02:44:48AM -0400, Chuck Swiger wrote:
> Jon Dama wrote:
> >yes, that's quite generous.
> >why isn't /tmp just an mfs mount though?
> While I like that suggestion personally, some people get perturbed about
> files in /tmp going away if the power fails or you reboot.
I wish mount_mfs would be smarter on post 4.x systems. Using mount_mfs
means it works in compatibility mode. This might seem to be a good idea
but it praxis it prevents tuning the mfs parameters: in mfs mode I can't
set UFS version, I can't inhibit the .snap directory.
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