On Sat 11 Jan 2014 07:56:01 PM CST, conram wrote:
> Don’t forget to include a 3.5" mounting bracket for the SSD if it
> isn’t included…?
> So 120GB will equal 112GB formatted…
Thanks, it’s good you mentioned it, I included it,
For the small amount of space in that SSD 120GB /112GB when formatted
Do you think I can use it for the UFI, swap,root and home partitions,
hard disk drive for data/storage?
I read in one of the link in this thread that at least, take 10% of the
to be not formatted?
More than enough space, I would run swap at the end of the 1TB device
as it’s unlikely to be used during normal operations;
sda1 - 260MB type ef00
sda2 - 40GB type 8300 /
sda3 - the rest for /home type 8300
sdb1 - your data minus swap space type 8300
sdb2 - swap type 8200
Set your swappiness to 10, also set an io schedule.
I would pre-configure the devices esp the efi partition and during the
install set to not format, but mount as /boot/efi
You can pre-cofigure via the rescue cd and the command line via gdisk;
write and quit gdisk then run again;
Configure as required, repeat the same for sdb
Then format the efi;
mkfs.vfat -F 16 /dev/sda1
Boot the install medium configure and enjoy, remember to not
Are you going to use ext4 or btrfs?
Cheers Malcolm °¿° SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
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