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Re: Recommended partition scheme for nilfs2



Thank you.

> On Wednesday 06 July 2011 18:05:29 you wrote:
>> Just one more thing.
>>
>> For btrfs and other file systems, it is customary to have a separate
>> boot
>> partition, so that at a minimum, you have 3 partitions - /boot, Swap,
>> and
>> /. Would that be a problem for nilfs2?
>>
>> If it is ok to have a separate boot partition, does it make sense to use
>> nilfs2 on it? Or is it better to use a non-journaling file system, like
>> Linux Native (ext2) on the boot partition, and nilfs2 on /.
>
>
> for reference, my setup at home and at work:
> two harddrives, one for / and /boot, the other for /home.
>
> both / and /home are NILFS2, while /boot is ext3.
>
> i wanted a very reliable journaling FS on /boot to lessen risk of foobar,
> and
> also I'm using lilo, which is not supported by NILFS2 yet -- lack of
> fibmap
> syscall.
>
>
> --
> dexen deVries
>
>> (...) I never use more than 800Mb of RAM. I am running Linux,
>> a browser and a terminal.
> rjbond3rd in http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2692529
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