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Re: Partition Size Suggestions



On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 06:37:42PM -0500, Ryan wrote:
> Hi, I'm building a pf firewall using OpenBSD 3.3. The machine specs are:
> Pentium 166, 128mb ram, and 1.6gb hard drive. This machine will just be
> used as a firewall that will be up all the time. All 1.6gb will be used
> for OpenBSD. I'm wondering how I should split the separate filesystems
> up. Also, where should I place the log files? Thanks.
I'd do it something like this:
100m /
128m swap
500m /usr, mounted readonly
300..500m /var
that's basically how I do firewall partioning, no matter how big the 
harddisk ist - just leave the rest unallocated.
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