[CentOS] CentOS 6 Partitioning Help

Thu Sep 1 05:20:13 UTC 2011
Simon Matter <simon.matter at invoca.ch>

> On 08/31/2011 08:51 PM, Jonathan Vomacka wrote:
>> In the past this was my partition scheme:
>> Root filesystem (/) = 10240MB (10GB)
>> /boot = 200MB
>> swap =  1024MB (1GB)
>> /var = 20480MB (20GB)
>> /tmp = 10240MB (10GB)
>> /usr = 51200MB (50GB)
>> /home = all remaining space on the drive
> Having /usr separate from the root file system is no longer recommended
> or supported.  There are various bits and pieces from /usr that now may

Are you sure that's true? Reading the latest EL6 docs I have the
impression it's recommended to put /usr on the same disk where / and /boot
are. That's a good rule but I don't think it's meant to run without /usr.