[lfs-support] A startup quesion

Fernando de Oliveira famobr at yahoo.com.br
Wed Nov 21 05:24:30 PST 2012


--- Em ter, 20/11/12, Bruce Dubbs escreveu:

> De: Bruce Dubbs
> Assunto: Re: [lfs-support] A startup quesion
> Para: "LFS Support List"
> Data: Terça-feira, 20 de Novembro de 2012, 19:06
> Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
> > --- Em ter, 20/11/12, Ken Moffat escreveu:
> >
> >> De: Ken Moffat
> >> Assunto: Re: [lfs-support] A startup quesion
> >> Para: "LFS Support List"
> >> Data: Terça-feira, 20 de Novembro de 2012, 16:19
> >
> >> (ii). a couple more partitions of the same 10GB
> size - this
> >> will
> >> allow you to build LFS+BLFS in one of them
> >
> > For some reasons, I have reached more than 10GB, so I
> prefer 20GB
> > partition size. Also, remember that some packages use
> many GB,
> > LibreOffice takes over 7GB in some machines/versions.
> For builds, I use
> > a ~/tmp directory which is actually a link to another
> tmp in another
> > partition having at least 10GB of free space.
> 
> Drive organization is really a personal preference item.
> 
> There is a big difference between build space and install
> space.  I 
> generally build in /tmp which is on a separate
> partition.  I also put a 
> lot of stuff in /opt and leave it there:
> 
> 46M     /opt/Adobe
> 30M     /opt/DBDesigner4
> 251M    /opt/OpenJDK-1.7.0.5-bin
> 464M    /opt/OpenJDK-1.7.0.9-bin
> 41M     /opt/ant-1.7.0
> 37M     /opt/ant-1.8.3
> 8.8M    /opt/fop-0.20.5
> 103M    /opt/fop-0.93
> 4.0K    /opt/gnome-2.18.3
> 489M    /opt/kde-3.5.2
> 1.5G    /opt/kde-4.8.3
> 16K     /opt/lost+found
> 1.6M    /opt/lsb
> 323M    /opt/openoffice.org2.1
> 93M     /opt/qt-3.3.5
> 86M     /opt/qt-3.3.8
> 52M     /opt/qt-3.3.8-nomysql
> 474M    /opt/qt-4.3.4
> 1.1G    /opt/qt-4.5.0
> 1.1G    /opt/qt-4.5.2
> 1.2G    /opt/qt-4.7.0
> 441M    /opt/qt-4.8.2
> 1.4G    /opt/qtbin
> 1.2G    /opt/save
> 8.0K    /opt/test
> 281M    /opt/xorg
> 
> The main directories don't generally use a lot of space:
> 
> 5.6M    /bin
> 7.6M    /sbin
> 22M     /lib
> 1.4G    /usr/lib
> 300M    /usr/bin
> 15M     /usr/sbin
> 944M    /usr/share
> 
> If you don't rotate logs, /var/log can get pretty big.
> 
> and of course:
> 
> 36G     /usr/src
> 
> I don't use /usr/local at all.

I do not know if this is of any use, anyway, here are my data (kept
previous data above, in case of any comparison being made):

8,4M    /bin
30M     /boot
17M     /etc
1,8M    /grub
192M    /home
12K     /include
71M     /lib
48M     /root
9,0M    /sbin
192K    /share
6,5G    /usr
1,2G    /opt
967M    /var
8,9G    total

Even with /opt in a separate partition, I would prefer more than 10GB
for /, so space is not too tight. Perhaps 15GB would be better than
20GB.

For /opt, I have:

42M	/opt/ant-1.8.2
136M	/opt/gnome-3.2.2
446M	/opt/libreoffice-3.6.3.2
130M	/opt/OpenJDK-1.7.0.7
131M	/opt/OpenJDK-1.7.0.9
130M	/opt/OpenJDK-1.7.0.9-no-IT-Web
3,9M	/opt/Programas RFB
117M	/opt/qt-4.8.3
1,2G	total

[]s,
Fernando



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