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From: Jack Sasportas (jackinnovativeinternet.com)
Date: Wed Apr 04 2001 - 17:55:06 CDT
I am saying to put the entire /var/spool/postfix directory on that partition.
from within /var/spool create the postfix symbolic link to the other drive, so
that *everything* in the postfix directory is on one logical filesystem.
Are you saying this is not true ?
Wietse Venema wrote:
> Jack Sasportas:
> > Someone mentioned that you can do disk spanning....
> > DON'T do it, it is a dangerous idea, should you loose one drive the other
> >is dead.
> This is why RAID is popular - you can lose one disk and replace it
> by a new one without losing data, without even having to stop the
> > I suggest to add a new hard drive to your box, whatever kind SCSI / IDE et
> >c, 40GB, 80GB.....
> > Create a directory on that new dirve called postfix-mail or whatever you w
> >ant to call it, then create a symbolic link from where the directory is supp
> >osed to be to this new hard drive.
> That won't work. I really mean it when I say that /var/spool/postfix
> needs to be inside the same logical file system.
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