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Recommended File System
I have a dedicated server running Linux CentsOS.
The default setup of my file system is:
/usr/tmpDSK 485 MB
Is this ideal? If not, what would you reccomend?
My Disk size is 500GB
It will be better if you create separate partitions for /, /boot, /var, /home, /usr. Just as the example given below.
/dev/sda2 19G 2,2G 16G 12% /
/dev/sda3 221G 2,7G 207G 2% /home
/dev/sda5 29G 5,6G 22G 21% /usr
/dev/sda1 251M 25M 214M 11% /boot
/usr/tmpDSK 485M 11M 449M 3% /tmp
Also it will be better to create a 2G /tmp partition and a swap space equal to 1.5-2 times your RAM.
Thanks for your quick response. Any ideas how I do this or would I have to pay someone to do it? Im alright as long as I have instructions
If you want I can do it for free and let you know how to do this.
You can follow the link provided below for doing this.
Hi, slight off topic here.
But seems like you are asking for "partition" setup recommendation, not "file system" recommendation. There is actually a difference in those two terms. Hope it helps, not trying to be rude or anything. Thanks.
Example "File systems":
Having severs with customer data on it without proper monitoring is like having one night stand without using protections - eventually, there will be an 'oh s**t!' moment.
Also, look into using LVM for your partitions except /boot, which needs to be raw extX. It's more flexible.
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