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 Server hard disk partition, how to partition the hard drive? (4 Replies, Read 1936 times)
comeback
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Hello,

I would like to install Webuzo on my server.

Partitioning must be how the server's hard disk?

I thought partition the disk like this:
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/  20 GB
SWAP  2 times RAM
/homme  all the remaining space on thehard disk 
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valley
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Hi,

Webuzo should work just fine with this config.
Please let us know if you face any trouble installing Webuzo.

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comeback
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Hello

I partitioned the hard drive in Webuzo I see:
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Used 11% (2.17 GB / 19.1 GB)
I do not see the partition "/ home"` Files of websites are in "/ home".
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migmac
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Hi,
can someone reply to comeback ? I was just preparing my server with the default centos partition, but it seems that webuzo does not recognize if all the disk space is on the partition is /home, is that correct?
if so, what is the recommend partition layout for webuzo?
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valley
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Quote From : comeback September 20, 2013, 1:33 pm
Hello

I partitioned the hard drive in Webuzo I see:
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Used 11% (2.17 GB / 19.1 GB)
I do not see the partition "/ home"` Files of websites are in "/ home".


Sir Webuzo only provides information of the Primary partition !!!


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