Subject: Re: avoiding the 10 minute fsck...
To: Marshall Rose <email@example.com>
From: Tracy Di Marco White <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/24/2003 14:37:09
>> I like having different partitions for /home, /usr etc., but thats IMHO not
>> the problem here.. The questions should be: Why does X lock-up ?
>that's not particularly relevant. i could just as easily have said "i'm a slave
>to -current and it crashes every now and then" and my problem would still
I'm a slave to -current and it crashes every now and then.
I have two partitions, a single / for NetBSD, and /win for windows. The
fsck does take a while, and so I've occasionally considered using LFS
instead of FFS. LFS cannot be the boot partition on i386 yet, but
on a set up with more than one partition, you should be able to use LFS.