Originally Posted by jailbait
You could speed up your system by placing /usr on a different drive than /. By doing so you will increase the amount of time that both drives are running simultaneously.
This seems useful, so it would become:
hda: /, /home (WITHOUT the media files) and swap
hdb: /media/data (all the documents, pictures, etc. saved by the users), /media/torrent AND /usr
I'm just worried that most of hda 60GB hard disk will sremian mostly empty by default as I don't think many things will go one there anymore..
I may put a /media/data on hdb and a /media/data+ on hda to make sure eventual wasted space is easily addressed by the users..
Does this sounds right at all?