LVM on hardy's live installer?
kfries at cctus.com
Wed Jan 9 17:49:47 UTC 2008
On Wed, 2008-01-09 at 12:36 -0500, Evan Dandrea wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-01-09 at 10:26 -0700, Kevin Fries wrote:
> > On Wed, 2008-01-09 at 11:50 -0500, Evan Dandrea wrote:
> > > To my knowledge there has never been a LVM branch of ubiquity.
> > I am 85% sure Jeos does, as does the alternate install disk. For some
> > reason, I thought the server disk also did.
> Right, but those use debian-installer, not the live CD installer,
> ubiquity. d-i has had LVM support for a while, as already mentioned.
ahhhhhh, I get your point now.
There is a bad issue IMHO with the way Ubuntu partitions disks by
default anyway. While I always custom install to place /boot and /var
or /var/log on separate partitions, I understand other reluctance to do
that. But! /home should always be on a separate partition in a
workstation build, and placing that as LVM by default is just a great
If there is any part of the system that is likely to grow out of
control, its user file space.... i.e. /home. This just comes down to
long term ease of use for the end user. Adding another disk, could be
added to the /home LVM, and provide an environment that is more
advantageous to end users than Windows (who would need to keep track of
additional disk drives rather than just see a larger home partition).
Given that Hardy is a LTS release, I guess the question is to add it now
so that the LTS users don't have to wait 3 years to get it? Or consider
the feature untested, and wait for Hardy+1 so that there is time to iron
out bugs before its added to the next LTS release?
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