tmpfs for strategic directories
mzerqung at 0pointer.de
Sat May 22 21:06:51 UTC 2010
On Sat, 22.05.10 18:30, Xose Vazquez Perez (xose.vazquez at gmail.com) wrote:
> Is it worth using tmpfs for some directories(/var/run, lock...) ?
Yes. But this requires some changes all across the distro, just have a
look at the output of "rpm -qf /var/run/*".
That said most apps are fixed by now and don't choke when their subdir
in /var/run goes away on reboot, since both SUSE and Ubuntu are using
tmpfs on /var/run, and have done most of the work. So at this point this
should be mostly packaging work (%ghost in .spec files!), not
programming work to make /var/run compatible with tmpfs.
(And as a side note: systemd by default puts a tmpfs to both /var/run
Lennart Poettering Red Hat, Inc.
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