cavaughan at gmail.com
Tue Sep 30 18:40:06 UTC 2008
I am setting up a new server and have a question. This server has
three 8GB SCSIs, and one 160 GB IDE. I was interested in striping the
SCSIs, which I have done. After installing FreeBSD 7 on the IDE, I set
up the stripe and moved /var over to it.
So, my first question would be whether I should put /var on the stripe
or /usr ?
My next question might be whether it was even worth striping the
SCSI's and just installing, say, /var/log to one drive, /usr/home to
Final question, assuming I go ahead with putting /var on the SCSI's,
how do I now recover the partition that was being used by /var?
There's about 3 Gb on there.
Perhaps I could just mount it as /usr/ports? or should I choose a
Thanks for any input.
OH! BTW. This is going to be a backup server using BackupPC, so I will
be installing an additional IDE later.
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