On Mon, Aug 09, 2004 at 03:51:15PM -0400, Jerry McAllister wrote:
> Well, that is debateable.   The safest is for /tmp to be its own 
> partition/filesystem.  If you have it in root, and some runaway process 
> fills it up, it can bring the system to a grinding halt.   So, unless I

The problem here is that the number of partitions per slice is
extremely limited in FreeBSD. There was a discussion a while ago
[sorry, I've lost the reference] to bump the number of partitions
to 16 or even 32, but AFAIK, this has not been implemented (is it
still so?). One of OpenBSD or NetBSD supports this, but not FreeBSD :(
Perhaps in the upcoming 5.3-RELEASE?

And no, vinum is not the solution so early in the boot process.

-cpghost.

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