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Old 4th March 2010, 06:22
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Default separate /var /tmp /boot on lvm

How would this work out to have /var nad /tmp on separate partitions?



Concerned about Quotas on /var to function properly with Ispconfig3 and have /tmp mounted with noexec.

Do not think that separate /boot would create any complications.

Could someoen propose the partitioning schema for Ispconfig3 with

200 gb harddrive to be used on.

and possible changes how to make it all work together as mentioned?
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Old 4th March 2010, 11:09
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You can set the partitions when you install your server.

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Could someoen propose the partitioning schema for Ispconfig3 with
I would not make that many different partitions as you will sooner or later get troble with it if one partition gets full. But if you really want to make many partitions, make sure that you have a large /var partition as websites and email accounts are stored in /var (on ubuntu, debian, centos and fedora). Only on opensuse, the websites are in /srv
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Default what would be the scoop on that?

sue i can set them up.

but what do i have to do to mount them so quota is working right on separate /var

and /tmp noexec will not brake somethink in ispconfig3

alsi sizes for ecah partition for 200 gb hd would be nice to know the ratioes.

This is my personal server vith about 20 sites oriented on photo gallery and social community.
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Add ,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfm t=vfsv0 to the /var partition in /etc/fstab and then run
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touch /var/aquota.user /var/aquota.group
chmod 600 /var/aquota.*
mount -o remount /var

quotacheck -avugm
quotaon -avug
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Default i did that with error

i did and i got error i do not remember what it was but something that the options are incorrect or something.
I will post the exact message when i get to it
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Please post your /etc/fstab as well.
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