I want install Debian 6. I want have a
grub2 as a boot loader.
I read, that creating a separated primary
/boot partition for the kernel (with read-only access) is a good practice. Is it also a good practice to make a separated primary
- What could it be useful for?
- What are the problems caused by such a partition scheme?
- Are some specific information I need to know, if I will install the same configuration to a VPS?
- What if I use LVM for
/homeand other partitions?
If it is a good practice or even just not a bad idea - should the
/grub partition better be placed before the
/boot one (at the beginning of the disk)?