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storage_localtmp [2020/08/27 16:23]
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storage_localtmp [2020/08/27 16:23]
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 ==== /localtmp local disk storage ==== ==== /localtmp local disk storage ====
  
-Most of our Linux servers/​desktops will have a filesystem ''​%%localtmp%%''​. ​ When we install Linux, most of the hard drive on a server or desktop will go to this filesystem. ​ It is meant to be local scratch disk space, available for all users, that will persist across Operating System upgrades/​re-installation. ​ If we need to "​reimage"​ a server, this partition will //not// be erased and anything stored on this partition will be in the same place after reimaging.+Most of our Linux servers/​desktops will have a filesystem ''​%%/localtmp%%''​. ​ When we install Linux, most of the hard drive on a server or desktop will go to this filesystem. ​ It is meant to be local scratch disk space, available for all users, that will persist across Operating System upgrades/​re-installation. ​ If we need to "​reimage"​ a server, this partition will //not// be erased and anything stored on this partition will be in the same place after reimaging.
  
 **Any data in /localtmp is not backed up**.  Anything that you delete from this partition can not be recovered. ​ Also bear in mind that every storage device will eventually fail, in the event of a hard drive failure we will **not** be able to recover data from this filesystem. **Any data in /localtmp is not backed up**.  Anything that you delete from this partition can not be recovered. ​ Also bear in mind that every storage device will eventually fail, in the event of a hard drive failure we will **not** be able to recover data from this filesystem.
  
 The advantage of using the /localtmp filesystem is that the disk is local to the server, and performance can typically be better in comparison to network filesystems. The advantage of using the /localtmp filesystem is that the disk is local to the server, and performance can typically be better in comparison to network filesystems.
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