I am migrating my system from Debian 32 bit to Debian 64 bit. It is installed on
/dev/sda2, so I created
/dev/sda3, installed the new system there, synched installed packages and configuration files from
/etc and used bind mounts to mount
/home from the old system into the new system. So far so good.
Now before I do the final switch, I want to use the system for some weeks. The only thing that is missing is
/root, which I rsynched into the new partition. I'd rather have it a bind mount too, but I'm hesitant with this one. So the question:
/rootbe a bind mount, or are there going to be problems?
- What happens between system start and the mount operation, could there be problems?