Zbigniew Szalbot wrote:
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
part of the filesystem of another disk - as long as they are mounted in
right order during the boot process.... (eg, i wouldnt put /var/ under
/usr/ , for example... )
OK. So the procedure could be as follows (?):
1. mv -R /usr/home /usr/home-old
2. rm /home (deleting the symlink)
3. mount /dev/ad3s1c /usr/home
4. cp -pR /usr/home-old/ /usr/home/
5. ln -s /home /usr/home
Is the procedure OK?
One last question - what about fstab file? I guess I need to edit it so
that next time while booting the system, it will mount the new drive as
Thank you very much!
Try this instead:
1. mount /dev/ad3s1c /usr/home-new
2. cp -pR /usr/home/* /usr/home/.* /usr/home-new
3. umount /dev/ad3s1c
4. rm -Rf /usr/home/* /usr/home/.*
5. mount /dev/ad3s1c /usr/home
Don't forget to add /dev/ad3s1c to fstab later on.
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