Subject: Re: why /bin and /sbin static
To: SUNAGAWA Keiki <Keiki_SUNAGAWA@yokogawa.co.jp>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 03/19/2001 08:17:18
> wojtek> hard drive i think or prepare special big static
> wojtek> rescue binary for this and don't use it in normal
> wojtek> operation
> So you reboot the server machine in which other people run
> many programs in several days when you accidentally remove
> some libraries? Static linking /bin & /sbin saves more time
> than dynamic one.
no - i would then run this static binary :)
> Just curious, do you build your own vary-stripped-down
> kernel? GENERIC is huge for older model in these days.