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Re: Where to mount "miscellaneous" filesystems?



On Wed, 2005-06-22 at 10:50, Ian Pilcher wrote:
> I have several filesystems that I used to put at /mnt/...  Since that's
> now frowned upon, but they're not removable media, I can't figure out
> where I'm supposed to put the darn things.  Here's how I used to do it:
> 
>    /mnt/share    FAT32 filesystem for data shared with Windows.
> 
>    /mnt/boot     Shared RAID-1 device for kernels and initrd's.  Each
>                  Linux installation has a symlink such as:
> 
>                    Fedora Core 3:  /boot --> /mnt/boot/fc3_boot
>                    RHEL 4:         /boot --> /mnt/boot/rhel4_boot
> 
>    /mnt/video    200GB RAID-0 device for streaming video.
> 
> The FHS is great at telling me where not to put them, but silent on the
> issue of where they actually belong.
> 
> Any ideas?

Put them under /mnt.  Your the admin for the system, you set the
policy.  :)


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