Problems with FHS compliance.
conathan at gmail.com
Thu Jun 8 22:05:58 PDT 2006
> > Point 2: I dislike /usr on network for completely unrelated reason.
> > Suppose that you have several machines that share one /usr from network.
> <Snip good advice>
> I agree with the above completely, however, you forgot about SANs where
> /usr isn't shared. Granted, I have not put LFS on an enterprise server
> (Yet!), not to mention that they are usually accessed through dedicated
> interfaces, provided by the vendor (at least in my limited experience).
> I believe that we should continue to support remote /usr as long as the
> changes necessary are manageable.
We can still move towards having a network mountable /usr, even though
it is not officially supported. It will give us the freedom to decide
how far we should go.
Nathan Coulson (conathan)
nathan at linuxfromscratch org
conathan at gmail com
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