[CentOS] Install to internal USB?

Fri Nov 8 23:01:46 UTC 2013
Jim Wise <jwise at draga.com>

On Nov 8, 2013, at 17:48 , John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com> wrote:

> On 11/8/2013 2:40 PM, Jim Wise wrote:
>> It’s worth noting that FreeNAS does more or less exactly this, using a USB drive with a more-or-less read-only OS image to serve some number of spinning or flash disks.
> yeah, but whats on that USB stick is mostly a single file thats loaded 
> into a ramdrive, and a single XML file thats updated when you make 
> configuration changes, which typically isn't very often...

Yeah, true.

How close is Centos (or the upstream) to being able to run with all but /var and /tmp readonly?

				Jim Wise
				jwise at draga.com

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