In my current setup, I have a RAID0 array of 2x3TB HDDs with btrfs, two partitions:
/home directory, there are two users, both admin, one of which is myself.
So far, this setup is working out pretty nicely, although btrfs is fairly slow.
I recently acquired a pretty nice 500 GB SATA HDD. I'm going to format it w/
XFS for increased performance for ephemeral things like my testing VMs and such. I would like to mount it under my home directory at boot, ie:
The first thing that came to my mind was to use
/etc/fstab, but AFAICT then the permissions won't be set correctly for me to normally use it.
Essentially, I want to mount the drive so that it is mounted at
~/extradrive with permissions set like any other directory, so that I "own" the entire drive. How can I go about doing this?