disk partition layout advise
I'm new to FreeBSD and I’m trying to setup a test web server using a in VMware esxi 5 before I consider doing anything live with real data.
I'm however struggling to see what I should have for the server disk layout.
So far I thought of having the following:
/ 1Gb swap: 512Mb /var: 1Gb /tmp: 1GB /usr: 5Gb /home: rest of the disk (do i really need this one?)
The server will host the web (apache), a Mysql database and a mail server.
Do you think the disk allocation is correct?
Do you think I should split the web, database and the mail sewrvers into different VM's?
Thank you very much for your help.
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