Re: Fedora13

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On Sun, 2010-08-08 at 09:21 +0200, Michael Schwendt wrote:
> Why the separate /usr? Unless you plan to use network mounts for it,
> it won't be beneficial to put it onto its own partition. It will only
> require you to resize it in the near future when suddenly you want to
> put more stuff into /usr without extended its space via additional
> mount points.

If you have a hulking big huge drive, then having to resize things
probably isn't going to be an issue.  And with big drives, you might
want to partition so that any system crashes are more limited, and the
post recovery takes less time (you're far less likely to have problems
with a partition that was read-only, at the time).

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