default zfs layout - FreeBSD 11.0 - /var and /usr not mounted ?!
crapsh at monkeybrains.net
Fri Feb 17 07:49:45 UTC 2017
I installed a new system and did the default ZFS layout and noticed /var
and /usr are not mounted by default. Any reason? Seems like files
dropped in /usr (eg, usr/local) end up in the ROOT/default. Maybe I am
just thinking about ZFS incorrectly...
> zfs get mounted
NAME PROPERTY VALUE SOURCE
zroot mounted yes -
zroot/ROOT mounted no -
zroot/ROOT/default mounted yes -
zroot/data mounted yes -
zroot/tmp mounted yes -
zroot/usr mounted no -
zroot/usr/home mounted yes -
zroot/usr/ports mounted yes -
zroot/usr/src mounted yes -
zroot/var mounted no -
zroot/var/audit mounted yes -
zroot/var/crash mounted yes -
zroot/var/log mounted yes -
zroot/var/mail mounted yes -
zroot/var/tmp mounted yes -
Seems like /usr/local would be a handy mount point as well...
Also, i intend to use this box for jails and feel like all the
filesystems below /zroot/var don't make much sense. What layout are you
using for as a jail host?
I'm thinking of blowing away all the mount points below var and just
having one /var with noatime, noexec, nosuid, compression. Bad idea?
Thanks in advance,
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