Jun 30 2014
Build steps for configuration Module-stage-6
1) Start from completed system Module-stage-5
2) Create partitions (or order VM properly with three virtual drives For production-grade installs, this is the motivation to have three separate virtual drives (one with three partitions on it, the other two single-partitioned). The first drive has /boot, swap, and / root. The second drive is used for PostgreSQL data. By having a distinct virtual drive with a single partition, if in the future more data space is required, then it will remain possible to extend the drive’s size. The third drive is for PostgreSQL logs, and in the same way is designed as a separate drive to always allow future enlargement.
Disk sda 40GB /dev/sda1 /boot 500 MB (/dev/sda2) swap 1x--2x dedicated system memory /dev/sda3 / ~35GB Disk sdb 16GB /dev/sdb1 /data 16GB for PostgreSQL data Disk sdc 12GB /dev/sdc1 /pg_xlog 12GB for PostgreSQL logs
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