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What you're looking for is bind mounts. See http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man8/mount.8.html for details. Here is a step by step guide to moving /home, /opt, /tmp, /usr, and /var to a single separate partition. Disclaimer I am not responsible for any damage or loss of data caused by following this guide. As always, ensure all important data is backed up ...
Unfortunatelly I was mistaken. After a reboot, the filesystem in question did not mount to the mountpoint and I did not realize this before doign a rsync on the mount point. This resulted in a filled up file system as the intended LVM volume was not mounted. The solution was just to delete the directory.
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