Can I recreate my .snap directories ?
johnl at iecc.com
Tue Jun 25 09:11:28 UTC 2019
In article <5dd4f68d-d99a-4ab7-a217-76b9fee372e7 at qeng-ho.org>,
Arthur Chance <freebsd at qeng-ho.org> wrote:
>> such as noexec on "untrusted user filesystems". With ZFS of course,
>> this is all a lot easier, but with UFS, do people still use functional
>> partitioning instead of "putting everything into one big / because
>> that's how you do it today"?
If you're worried about limiting disk usage in different file trees,
you really should be using ZFS rather than fixed UFS partitions so you
get finer control and can still use the whole disk. On small systems
where I use UFS, /tmp is mfs and everything else is in one shared
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