On Sat, 14 Apr 2007 08:43:56 -0400, kraut
Yup. If I had an answer, I'd give it to you; as it is, I'm reading
this because I want to see the answer for my own purposes.
I, too, use the feature set that has been part of MS OSs since MS-DOS
3.x at least - namely, I create different partitions and volumes for
different reasons. I call this "using the product as designed".
I use these volumes for different purposes. Often I know, to the last
5M, how much will fit and what will not, even when the volume is as
large as 200G. If there is to be a low-space warning (which is useful
on volumes where temp, TIF and/or growing pagefiles exist), then for
it to be fully-assed, the threshold should be controllable on a
per-volume basis, and I should also be able to turn it off.
answer - and it's wrong." H.L. Mencken