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Re: Besides the patched kernel and commands, what else is needed?

To: Thomas Graichen <thomas.graichen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Besides the patched kernel and commands, what else is needed?
From: "Bryan J. Smith" <b.j.smith@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2001 12:52:23 -0500
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Thomas Graichen wrote:
> yes and yes ... you may also compile it statically
> into the kernel (which i think is the most simple
> solution) ... as said - i usually use a small (64M)
> ext2 /boot because it is simple and does not hurt
> (you may even mount it ro to avoid the fsck :-)

Yeah, I usually make a /boot anymore.  And I _always_ separate out
/tmp, /var and /usr (plus data like /home).

> ... you may also have a look at my little stand-alone
> environment which might migration or "daily care" of such
> an close to xfs only system a bit simpler
>   http://innominate.org/~graichen/projects/miniroot/

Thanx dude!  I'll probably put it to good use soon when I convert my
RedHat 7.0 systems from kernel 2.2+Ext3 to 2.4+XFS.

[ Speaking of memory, the FAQ might want to address this ... ]

What should be the _minimum_ amount of memory for a 2.4.x kernel
with XFS?  I was going to try a "minimalistic" system of a PPro
180MHz with only 48MB of RAM.  Anyone want to warn me against
trying?  ;-PPP

-- TheBS

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