DrHu wrote:Other than having only a small boot partition, any partitioning scheme for a normal PC (not raid, for example) as a desktop OS is not significantly affected by whichever partitioning scheme you use.
The standard of install everything on one partition / (Boot OS + load desktop and running services applications) runs almost as fast as an ideally partitioned drive(s)
The size of the partition/hard drive is obviously a factor, but modern drives at 7200rpm platter speed and fast transfer rates for the IO, would not be very much limited or improved by choosing small partitions..
Some info on partitioning schemes..
http://content.hccfl.edu/pollock/AUnix1 ... ioning.htm
--larger (modern) hard drives..
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