Looking to open a discussion on how people partition their OES2/SLES10 boxes.

We are looking to standardize a build and with the infinite number of partitioning options in Linux I am interested in how others are tackling this component of their setup.

Currently I am looking at the following for our builds:

<single device (raid 5) server>

LVM2 "unformatted" partition for ~60Gb
Create EVMS container using LVM2 device
/dev/evms/lvm2/system/root 10G /
/dev/evms/cciss/c0d0p1 518M /boot
/dev/evms/lvm2/system/swap 1.0G /swap
/dev/evms/lvm2/system/home 10G /home
/dev/evms/lvm2/system/opt 10G /opt
/dev/evms/lvm2/system/tmp 8.0G /tmp
/dev/evms/lvm2/system/usr 10G /usr
/dev/evms/lvm2/system/var 10G /var

Remainder created as NSS volumes through iManager/nssmu
** /boot is created as native reiser (non-EVMS) partition but comes into the EVMS system after reboot.

<two device (mirrored set + raid 5) server>

/Device1 (60Gb mirror):
boot reiserfs 518M /boot
swap swap 1Gb /swap

LVM2 "unformatted" partition for remainder
Create LVM2 Group using LVM2 'PV' above
lvm2/system/root 10G /
lvm2/system/home 10G /home
lvm2/system/opt 10G /opt
lvm2/system/tmp 8.0G /tmp
lvm2/system/usr 10G /usr
lvm2/system/var 10G /var

/Device2 (200Gb RAID5):

Leave unpartitioned, build NSS volumes from iManager / NSSMU

I think the 'single device' partition sizes might be excessive, these values were adopted from the 'two device' setup where we had the mirrored set - what sizes do you guys use?