Many thanks for some excellent advice on the subject of disk partitions.
Overall, I found no overwhelming reason to divide up the big add-on drive on my
server system. The reasons people gave for partitioning: keeping groups of
users separate, speeding up backup and recovery, running out of inodes ....
These don't apply to our small network at this point.
I also learned that the standard partitioning scheme for disks makes partition
'c' the whole disk, so I needn't edit the partition table, just make a
filesystem on device 'c'.
Thanks again ...
-- Morris Jones Caere Corp. email@example.com
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