[sf-lug] What are the best practices for Linux partitioning & Mount points for Production systems
bliss-sf4ever at dslextreme.com
Fri Mar 2 13:27:06 PST 2012
On 03/02/2012 01:05 AM, nk oorda wrote:
> i need some suggestion for defining the partition size for my
> production systems. we are going to use CentOS 6.2 (64 bit)
> - Partition size
> - Mount points
> What i am able to get from the google search is:
> / Root File System (/bin , /sbin , /dev , /root
> /usr program and source code
> /var variable data
> /boot boot kernels
> /tmp temp file locations
> /work to do your work here "you can name it anything"
> * */home*- Set option nosuid, and nodev with diskquota option
> * */usr*- Set option nodev
> * */tmp*- Set option nodev, nosuid, noexec option must be enabled
> * /var local,nodev,nosuid
> Most of the server will be running
> - Apache
> and few of them would be running MySQL as data base.
> what is concern is that one of the developer accidentally deleted the
> /usr files with sudo access. if somehow i can protect the core system
> from the developers mistake that would be really good.
> Thanks in advance for help.
I though there were files about this on the SF-LUG site?
I have saved a couple from a competent party who posts on Usenet
in Linux newsgroup and will be happy to forward to you in private
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