Linux 9??? What distro are you installing, sounds like Red Hat?
As for the mount points, you are correct in what you have, except swap is not mounted as /swap. You should be able to format a small partition as swap and leave it alone, everything else should be automatically done. I personally have /, swap, /home, and /tmp. Everything else should be put into it's default place automatically. Even while using disk druid.
If you wanted to have more control of how much each mount point should have, you could parition the disk with a lot of partitions, each mounted to various points, i.e.
....it could go on and on.