akonstam trinity edu wrote:
At the risk of starting an endless argument let me say this. There are good reasons to break up your system into that many partitions in certain encironments. But in my humble opinion those eviroments are rarer then most people think. In most cases I have found jsut installing the Linux in on partition works just as well and avoids the problems you are having.
Good advice! Each partition sizing is in most cases needless opportunity for it to be too small, no matter what you choose. The 5% space reserved for root on an ext2/3 filesystem is often a get out of jail card even if something grows like topsy.
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