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myra.nelson at hughes.net
Sat Jun 4 18:44:54 EDT 2011
On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 17:04, Thomas Bächler <thomas at archlinux.org> wrote:
> Am 04.06.2011 23:48, schrieb C Anthony Risinger:
>> Separate /usr is 100% historical AFAICT ... per systemd it's unsupported,
> It is historical, yes.
>> and IIRC its not perfect supported on any distro for a variety of reasons.
> I run several SuSE machines with /usr on a separate partition. Works
> fine. And right now, Arch should also work.
It is historical and the default disk set up for both FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
OpenBSD lists security, stability, and filesystem integrity as some of the
reasons for setting the system up that way. Don't know if it's correct or not
but that's the reason I set my system up the way I do.
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