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Re: [SLE] fstab - sys reinstall
On Tuesday 28 August 2001 7:17 pm, Daniel Woodard wrote:
> System in question has four hard drives:
>
> 15GB sys * SuSE linux
> 60GB /basement * 60GB drive for storage
> 45GB /mirror * 3ware mirrored RAID (2) 45GB drives
>
> The 60GB and 45GB drives already have data on them, I only want to mount
> these.
>
> I install SuSE, and it assigns these drives as /data1 and /data2
>
> I've never had trouble doing this before, but today I'm having trouble
> putting those two drives into fstab and having them mount as /basement and
> /mirror
>
> I took notes on my last working config (I'm repurposing this machine, so I
> went for a clean install for some dumb reason) and I had:
>
> /dev/hdb1 /basement auto defaults 1 2
> /dev/sda1 /mirror auto defaults 1 2
>
> What concrete steps can I take to name and mount these drives as such?

Did you let SuSE partition for you when installing, or use the expert option?
If you choose the later when installing you can set the mount points to
whatever the want.

M

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