moving /home to new drive

Norberto Meijome freebsd at
Wed Jul 18 08:05:42 UTC 2007

On Wed, 18 Jul 2007 08:05:19 +0200
Zbigniew Szalbot <zbigniew at> wrote:

> And what about samba? I just realized I will need to alter sama
> configuration becasue current /usr/home is available as a network share.
> Thank you once again

don't kill /usr/home  :) symlink back to it, or just mount the new drive in it - nothing wrong with having a disk mounted in a mount point which is part of the filesystem of another disk - as long as they are mounted in the right order during the boot process.... (eg, i wouldnt put /var/ under /usr/ , for example... )

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