- Filesystem sizes are dynamic.  They all grow and shrink inside the
same
pool, so you don't have to worry about making one too large or too
small.


there are actually almost no filesystems, just one filesystem with many "upper descriptors" and separate per filesystem quota.

just to make happy those who like to have "separate" filesystem for many things.

i always make one filesystem for /, unless it's multiple disks config and i do like some data to be physically on different drive.for example highly loaded squid cache.
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