Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-25 Thread rloefgren
On Fri, 24 Aug 2007, Wojciech Puchar wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. my favourite proper allocation is to make ONE partition (/) and nothing more. and forget all

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-25 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Fri, Aug 24, 2007 at 08:20:16PM -0600, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 24 Aug 2007, Wojciech Puchar wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. my favourite proper

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-25 Thread Bill Vermillion
When asked his whereabouts on Sat, Aug 25, 2007 at 04:34 , [EMAIL PROTECTED] took the fifth, drank it, and then slurred: Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 14:35:27 -0400 From: Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: /var or /usr for data? Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii On Fri, Aug

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-25 Thread CyberLeo Kitsana
Wojciech Puchar wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. my favourite proper allocation is to make ONE partition (/) and nothing more. and forget all problems about how to

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-24 Thread Wojciech Puchar
It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. my favourite proper allocation is to make ONE partition (/) and nothing more. and forget all problems about how to partition your drive right...

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-24 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Fri, Aug 24, 2007 at 08:19:43AM +0200, Wojciech Puchar wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. my favourite proper allocation is to make ONE partition (/) and nothing

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-23 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Wed, Aug 22, 2007 at 09:51:35PM -0500, Andrew Gould wrote: On 8/22/07, Brad Waite [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. However, there's a few

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On 22/08/07, Andrew Gould [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 8/22/07, Brad Waite [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. However, there's a few issues that

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-22 Thread Maxim Khitrov
On 8/22/07, Brad Waite [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. However, there's a few issues that keep coming up. A lot of the ports use /var for data dirs.

Re: /var or /usr for data?

2007-08-22 Thread Andrew Gould
On 8/22/07, Brad Waite [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It would appear that the proper allocation of filesystems on FreeBSD is to put all data in /usr. I'm used to this and have been doing it for years. However, there's a few issues that keep coming up. A lot of the ports use /var for data dirs.