Subject: Re: make build with 1.2 (current)
To: None <port-vax@NetBSD.ORG, email@example.com>
From: Mike Young <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/13/1996 16:14:56
>I get filesystem full unless I remove the
>operating system (netbsd) and delete the contents of a large directory, say
>sbin. Have I done something wrong or is this normal. If this is normal
>is there a case for increasing the size of the standard root partition?.
You didn't say how big your root partition was. The common setup
appears to be about a 10 MB root partition, to include the bootable kernel,
/bin, /sbin, /dev, and /etc. Put /usr (and maybe /var and /tmp) on separate
filesystems, then mount them at boot time. My uVax II is set up like this,
and I run with about 1-2 MB free on the root partition - plenty enough room
to make a new version of the kernel or two.
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