Re: [Howto] Store data on the boot disk (Method 1, 2, 3)

  • Quote from "kidlotus"

    I used method 3 and it worked like a charm. Removed the USB and the files/folders I created are still there. Everything stays mounted and I can create files/shares etc. But when I try to create a new MySQL instance I can't see the share created, it only lists the two physical arrays that I have. Under filesystems it lists the drive there but as /dev/disk/by-uuid/diskUUID and as missing but still mounted. Am I doing something wrong? I followed the instructions to the letter.


    Same here.
    Want to use System SSD for MySQL DB.

  • Method 3 doesn't work but if you shrink the partition on the main drive, create another partition and mount it, then you can put the database on the system drive.

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