In data giovedì 24 gennaio 2019 20:34:34 CET, Carlos E. R. ha scritto:
On 24/01/2019 19.56, stakanov wrote:
In data giovedì 24 gennaio 2019 19:46:13 CET,
Carlos E. R. ha scritto:
> On 24/01/2019 19.39, stakanov wrote:
>> In data giovedì 24 gennaio 2019 18:56:51 CET, Carlos E. R. ha scritto:
>>> On 24/01/2019 18.24, stakanov wrote:
The question is, does the system risk some malfunction
As /var should have only temp stuff and journals, I would suppose no,
but...I am not sure at all.
No, var has many other files and long term databases. For instance, the
rpm database. Break that, your system is garbage. You can no longer do
upgrades, add software, remove software. Reinstall.
I DID a reinstall. So what part of the directories of the former /var
contain ALL necessary files for the virtualization with kvm and quemu? I
know were the virtual HDD are, but this will not be all? The rest I could
manually eliminate and then copy the /var and then mount it instead.
In that case, I would keep the entire current (new) /var, and only
replace (or add) the old virtualisation directory, which is what I
originally suggested, by mounting that disk as a subdirectory of /var,
not as /var.
I'm not familiar with kvm/quemu to know if there are more files and
where they are, sorry.
NOW I am coming just from understanding what you are talking about, sorry!
I will try to do that and will than give you some feedback, might interest
also other user.
Matthew 20:16 KJV - So the last shall be first
Although as agnostic that is not even, to some extend, an intellectually valid
reference, I am afraid that there would be no hope for me as well, not even as
believer. After all he does not speak about people being retarded...
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