I own an Asus eee 901. It has 2 solid state disks, a faster 4GB one and a slower 8GB one.
I used to have Puppy linux on 4GB sda and openSuse 11.4 on 8GB sdb.
Now I removed everything and installed openSUSE 12.1 using sda for / and sdb for /home (Puppy is living on various sd cards and usb keys now).
Anyway, after installing a few things sda is almost full.
I wish I could leave core things on faster 4GB disk and having cumbersome things like /home, /opt, maybe /usr and /tmp on 8GB disk.
Also I’d like to have all 8+4=12GB well employed not having, for example, wasted space on partitions used at 30%, if not for personal data or room for new software.
Is it possible? When I had openSUSE 11.4 all on 8GB slower ssd I never run into any disk space problems.
Thanks for your support