Joost Roeleveld posted on Fri, 16 Sep 2011 10:36:27 +0200 as excerpted:
> I agree, I just used this example to explain that it shouldn't be
> necessary to force an initramfs on all users just because there is a
> small group who wants to have an extreme setup.
Careful with the "extreme". As you no doubt realize by now, the udev
folks apparently consider anyone wanting a separate /usr but not an initr*
"extreme". That'd certainly apply double if said admin (since no simple
"user" cares about such stuff, in this view) had /usr on lvm.
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