Can "home" be a non-mount point ?


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Jan 25, 2003
New York
One of our old softlayer servers was partitioned with a small "/home" and a huge "/" we are in the process of moving all our machines around and I was wondering if we can create a "/home2" in the root "/" mount point on that server so we can pack alot of accounts in it for now and will Cpanel work with it or does it require that all "home" directories be actual mount points ?. In other words can we just make "home2/3/4,etc.." folders in the root mount points and Cpanel will work with it?.