Re: split root logical volume to var tmp home etc
- From: "Boyd Stephen Smith Jr." <bss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 17:09:58 -0500
In <20090610214449.GA11322@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Zhengquan Zhang
If I use a system rescue disk and do this with out the rsync command.
mount /dev/debian/var /var
the device /dev/debian/var is still empty and so we need the rsync step,
is it correct?
After running the mount command above, if you haven't put any data on your
new file system, /var will be empty. You will be unable to access the /var
part of the old file system since it will be hidden my the new mount. So,
you'd have to unmount it before running any useful rsync.
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