Kenneth Porter wrote: > On 6/7/2017 10:09 AM, Louis Lagendijk wrote: >> I would not call fstab rudimentary. > > Perhaps I phrased that poorly. The idea is that fstab provides a minimal > set of mounts to get off the ground. (My understanding, not saying > that's how it's designed or intended.) > > This follows the packaging pattern that every unique setting goes in its > own file. You don't disturb or risk breaking other settings when you add > a new setting, and you can separately package these settings without > meddling with central files. Ok, sorta. Thanks for expanding, all. mark "none o' youse guys had to spend something like six hours Monday and Tuesday swapping 42 drives in a RAID from 2TB to 4TB, 6 unscrews, 4 screws....zzzzzzzz"