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 centos7:1:1 [2017/05/03 00:03]Piotr Kłoczewski created centos7:1:1 [2017/05/06 13:26] (current) 2017/05/06 13:26 Piotr Kłoczewski 2017/05/03 00:03 Piotr Kłoczewski created 2017/05/06 13:26 Piotr Kłoczewski 2017/05/03 00:03 Piotr Kłoczewski created Line 1: Line 1: ====== 1.1 Filesystem Configuration ====== ====== 1.1 Filesystem Configuration ====== + ==== List of content ==== + {{indexmenu>​.:​1#​3 |context}} + ==== Description ==== Directories that are used for system-wide functions can be further protected by placing them on separate partitions. This provides protection for resource exhaustion and enables the use of mounting options that are applicable to the directory'​s intended use. Users' data can be stored on separate partitions and have stricter mount options. A user partition is a filesystem that has been established for use by the users and does not contain software for system operations. \\ \\ Directories that are used for system-wide functions can be further protected by placing them on separate partitions. This provides protection for resource exhaustion and enables the use of mounting options that are applicable to the directory'​s intended use. Users' data can be stored on separate partitions and have stricter mount options. A user partition is a filesystem that has been established for use by the users and does not contain software for system operations. \\ \\ The recommendations in this section are easier to perform during initial system installation. If the system is already installed, it is recommended that a full backup be performed before repartitioning the system. \\ \\ The recommendations in this section are easier to perform during initial system installation. If the system is already installed, it is recommended that a full backup be performed before repartitioning the system. \\ \\