Andrew Musselman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi again--
> I'm stumped on this problem, and I'm sure lots of people have
> encountered the same thing:
> I would like more space in /usr. I've installed another drive and set
> it to mount to /mnt. I would like to make FreeBSD(5.2.1) think that
> /usr also includes this new drive.
> Is there a way to do what I want to do?
There are multiple ways.
The most classic way would be to make a bunch of symlinks from various
directorys in /usr to space in /mnt.
A better way would be to back up /usr, then reformat the /usr and /mnt
partitions as vinum partitions, and create a concatenated volume of the
resulting space, then restore /usr to that. This takes a little know-how,
so you'd be well advised to try it out on a test system to get acquianted
with vinum first.
... although, I'm not sure what the status of Vinum is in 5.x ... last I
asked, it wasn't reliable on 5.x yet, but that's been a while.
I'm sure others will present other options as well.
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