[mythtv-users] Basics of Mulit Drive, Partitioning, File Sytems
mitchell2345 at msn.com
Tue Dec 12 21:14:07 UTC 2006
I always use the same swap space as RAM.
I would for sure use LVM. That way you can create a virtual harddrive to save your recordings to. Myth can only save recordings to one folder. So if you dont use LVM you would not be able to use all the storage.
This looks like its going to be one hell of a nice system. Wish i had the $$ to build a huge system. Once I graduate from college and get that sweet job! :)
> From: jbpub at comcast.net> To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org> Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2006 13:06:44 -0800> Subject: [mythtv-users] Basics of Mulit Drive, Partitioning, File Sytems> > Hi,> > Totally newbie here. I'm starting a new Front & Back Myth Box. I'm trying> to install Ubuntu 6.1 and I'm confused on the partition setup phase. Please> point me to a faq or other thread if this has been covered before> > Here is my hardware:> 500GB SATA 300MB/S> 320GB SATA 300MB/S> 250GB SATA 300MB/S> 250GB Slave IDE> 2G RAM -- relevant for the swap info> > I don't think I need any redundancy (RAID). I'll used rsync to regularly> back up the important config file once I'm happy.> > Where should I put the root file system (boot) for best drive thru put?> Would it be best to put it on a drive that is less likely to have video> media on it so that video and OS would not be contending for drive> bandwidth?> > I'm thinking a 10GB for the OS in a EXT3 file system. Right size and file> system?> > I'm thinking 3G swap. The rule of thumb I heard was 1.5 x physical ram.> For performance where should the swap go?> > All the rest??? XFS file system? Should I use LMV? Is there stripping build> into LMV? I've heard that LMV is not as important these days because Myth> can now store files at multiple mount points. Can a recording span multiple> mount points? > > Thanks VERY VERY MUCH for the info,> Jon> > > _______________________________________________> mythtv-users mailing list> mythtv-users at mythtv.org> http://mythtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/mythtv-users
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