I have configured some bind mounts on all users's home directories to access a shared directory (or parts of it) that is somewhere else in the file system, so I have entries like these on my fstab ...
Let's say I have partition sda2 mounted on /var and it's almost full. I have a second disk sdb whose partition sdb1 I want to mount as /var. Now since a running service (mysql) is using /var all the ...
UUID=f5be9b96-da41-49fd-a8e2-dbbf37f5cd7d / ext4 defaults,usrquota 1 1 UUID=31a1c8d1-18ee-4c97-a0b9-b92599247112 /boot ext4 defaults 1 2 ...
It seems impossible to disable barriers. I have tried loading the kernel with "mount -o barrier=off", "mount -o barrier=0", "barrier=off" and "barrier=0". The kernel is Atomic Secure Linux 2.6.32 with ...
Would the remount command do it if I add the option in /etc/fstab? Is this this a good idea?
Can volumes be guaranteed to mount in a particular order, or is there a way to set up something along the line of dependencies, where one filesystem must be mounted before another may be mounted? I ...