File system boot strategy
gguevel at interfaceconcept.com
Fri Nov 14 23:57:40 EST 2003
I have a custom 8260 board with a 2.4.18 Kernel.
I want to mount multiple file systems from a CFI compliant flash.
The directories are distributed like this :
/ /bin /home /lib /root /sbin /usr -> cramfs to have a protected Linux
/etc /tftpboot -> jffs2 to allow modifying services and files to
/dev /proc /tmp /var -> ramfs to store data which can be lost.
I want to boot with the cramfs as root file system but the UNTAR wants all
the directories /dev /proc /tmp in the cramfs.
Can I use multiple file systems like this ?
Must I start with a ramfs and then mount cramfs ?
I find many docs to mount each file system individually and to add others
file systems mounted on /mnt
but no example to break a standard filesystem into multiple sub file
Any help would be welcome.
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