Having a SSD - it is recommended to mount
The mounting options are different in each example - why???
The default Ubuntu 16 installation sets the mounting options for root (
/) as (from
/dev/sda1 / ext4 rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro,data=ordered 0 0
Ergo all other options - as suggested in the examples/links - shouldn't be applied.
Some of the mounting options in the various examples on the web are:
noatimefeels useless because that the data is stored in RAM which is fast anyway.
How do they know whether softwares are dependent on certain options or not?
I think it is best to stick with the default permissions that the installation applied, meaning:
In order to ensure proper operation of various softwares:
- The permissions are 1777 because that the default permissions for
stat -c "%a %n" /tmp).
/tmphas the same.
Is there something which I'm missing here?