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Re: What are /net and /srv and /misc for?



> In the future, global server files will go in /srv.  So /var/www will 
> become /srv/www, etc.  /var will be reserved for files that need to be 
> writable by the running system--locks, pid files, spools, etc.

That makes sense. I was always confused by the /var/www location.
I guess I want to backup /srv for the day it becomes non-empty :-).

> Right.  And /selinux and /media and /mnt and /tmp.  And several of the 
> directories under /var.

I forgot /selinux, I'll add it to my list. I already figured out
the other ones.

Thanks for the info.


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