9.0 install and journaling

Allen Unix.Hacker at comcast.net
Tue Dec 20 09:35:41 UTC 2011

On 12/20/2011 2:53 AM, Da Rock wrote:
> On 12/20/11 16:08, Allen wrote:
>> On 12/13/2011 11:54 AM, Devin Teske wrote:
>> *Snipping*
>>>> On 12/13/11 06:00, Eric S Pulley wrote:
>>>>>> As for one big / partition- linux may be using it: and its their
>>>>>> biggest failing! I've had a system lockup due to lack of space. Never
>>>>>> a problem with bsd as logs will only fill up var, a user won't break
>>>>>> it with filling up usr, etc. And root always stays protected! Its
>>>>>> saved my life a number of times... I can quickly fill TB's of data in
>>>>>> no time, and if something goes bang the logs can be a silent
>>>>>> killer too. My
>>> 2c's
>>>> anyway...
>> I didn't know there WERE any Linux distros that still used one root
>> partition, and one swap... Even Mandriva doesn't do that anymore.
> Fedora for one...

I haven't used Fedora in a VERY long time. I hate it almost as much as I
hate Gentoo. Anyway, one distro out of close to 300 isn't bad.


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