filesystems, why ?
Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 14:56:09 +0100
What is the advantage of using several filesystems in stead of using one big
filesystem and install everything under the root filesystem '/' ?. I know
you can mount the seperated filesystem but I do not see the advantage of it.
After all it is one big directory tree. Pleas your opnion .
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