Fedora Directory Management Question

Jimbo jimbo at pybe.co.uk
Sun Nov 16 01:08:50 UTC 2003

You can use fstab to mount the raid/folders as /folders. (man fstab)

Becarefull with raid0 lost a lot of info using that. only takes a small error 
with one of the 3 drives to loose all your data.


On Sunday 16 November 2003 01:04, Richard E. Robbins wrote:
> I've got a disk and directory management question for my Fedora Core 1
> system.
> I've got three 9 gig disks lashed together in a Raid 0 configuration as
> /dev/md0 and mounted on my system as /raid.  I've placed /home, /opt and
> /pub under /raid.  The root directory contains symbolic links as follows:
> /home -> /raid/home
> /opt  -> /raid/opt
> /pub  -> /raid/pub
> Everything seems to work as I'd expect, although when I log in and do a pwd
> I get /raid/home/user instead of /home/user.
> Is there a better way to achieve what I'm doing on a stock Fedora system?
> -- Rich
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