On Fri, 14 Feb 2003, Curt Sampson wrote:

> On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, scott.marlowe wrote:
> > If I do a .tar.gz install of apache, I get /usr/local/apache/conf, which
> > is not the standard way you're listing.
> I'm going to stay out of this argument from now on, but this struck a sore
> point.
> /usr is designed to be a filesystem that can be shared. Is the stuff in
> /usr/local/apache/conf really supposed to be shared amongst all machines
> of that architecture on your site that run apache?

Interesting.  I've always viewed usr EXCEPT for local this way.  In 
fact, on most of my boxes I create a seperate mount point for /usr/local 
so it's easier to backup and maintain, and it doesn't fill up the /usr 

Asking for everything in a directory with the name local in it to be 
shared is kind of counter intuitive to me.

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