Question about Sco UnixWare 7 for Unix
I am installing UnixWare 7.1.3 on HP proliant ML 330 with 2 HDs,configuread as one logical drive(total size 140GB). I want to asign 20 GB for root slice,and for /home and /home2 50 and 60GB, But I could not do.
I apologize for my lack of SCO expertise. The best solution I know of is to use LVM (Logical Volume Manager) which is a standard feature in GNU/Linux and HP's HP/UX. While not the same as UnixWare, GNU/Linux has many advantages, including better support when problems like this arise.
However, I think you should ask yourself: why do you want to create separate partitions for /home and /home2? Is it to prevent users from overrunning the space? If so, you could just enable quotas. Is it to make backups to tape easier? If so, you may want to consider a modern backup solution, like Amanda.
If you do not have many users on your system, which I'm guessing you don't since it's an HP Proliant, it may even make sense to not partition the drives at all. Use one drive for the root plus locally installed packages in /opt and /usr/local and the other drive for /home and /home2.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
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