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Old 11-21-2011, 11:18 AM
Default CentOS 6 x64 - Changing /var folder to raid 1 disk after install


Thanks for your answer. Thing is, I will install plesk on this server
and what i imagined was to make document root for vhosts to be on
different drive. On one of servers, i made vhost.conf file and changed
document root, and later had problems with cgi-bin folder etc.

Thought like, since changing document root with plesk is kinda pain
for my experience, what can i configure to have my websites, and later
added domains run with no problem?

Linux is installed on sda 120 gb ssd disk, raid one drive ready to be
mounted at /dev/md0 3 tb free disk.

Best regards

2011/11/21 Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net>:
> Am 21.11.2011 12:50, schrieb Adil BOYUN:
>> Hello,
>> I have fresh install CentOS 6 x64 running on my server. I have a raid
>> 1 drive 3 tb ready to be mounted. I want to mount this as var folder,
>> could achive this but after reboot, server didn't start, maybe i had
>> problem with command cp -rf.
>> Is this possible to do in a proper manner, with what commands?
>> I used rsync and diff game me like 10+ output.
> well as long /var is containing "/var/lib" and "/var/cache" than more
> applications / services are running more possible changes you will get
> while the sync is running
> i would boot the machine with a live-cd and finalize these changes there
> on the other hand i would NOT move the whole /var to an own partition
> normally "/var/cache" and "/var/log" two own partitions or if it is
> a virtual machine in two different virtual disks should be enough
> to prevent fill the root-fs and the different disks makes it much
> easier resize/replace them if needed
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