Best partition size for Ubuntu Root
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Fri May 2 12:05:57 UTC 2008
On Fri, 2008-05-02 at 13:35 +0200, Leafman wrote:
> If you were to have 2GB RAM, you suggest 4GB swap?
> Isn't that a bit much?
> 2008/5/2 Ioannis Vranos <ivranos at freemail.gr>:
> > Arthur wrote:
> > > i believe some of the must haves :
> > >
> > > /boot 500Mb (You might need to recompile a few kernels later)
> > > / 15000Mb (sufficient for even a desktop install)
> > > swap 1000Mb
> > > /home whats_left_Mb
> > > /var if this is a server of applications you ought to give it a
> > > separate partition with enough space.
> > If /swap is less than RAM the system can't hibernate. My suggestion for
> > swap: 2* RAM size, at least.
I second Ioannis statement with 2* RAM size !
I would recommend first 2* (system's max) RAM size !!
Well, one can adjust these setups later of course according to needs !?
If one, with todays HDD sizes, has enough space, don't go too
small !!! ;-)
Good luck and cheers
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