I can't find any related question and answer that will satisfy me on my quest. All I see that people telling to create a ext partition with mount point
'/' and a swap space. But I want to create multiple(3) ext partitions. I just want to keep them separately so that I can access them individually.
I used ext4 as partitioning format and provide mount point
'/' to one partition and left other partitions mount point without selecting anything. During next step it provide a warning message for those partitions.
After installation now I can see them individually. Still I don't put any data on those partitions. I am just thinking is it a bad idea not to provide any mount point? And for multiple ext4 partitions is it OK? Is there any performance problem may occur on this matter?