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Everything seems to run fine and the hda2 partition was a small partition that I accidently left
in on the original build. Don't use it for anything so I don't really need it. Just very strange that it is now gone. I'm just concerned that something will get hosed. I'm already getting warnings from YaST everytime I do an update telling me the disk has negative space. Hmm...guess I've discovered a negative entropy drive!
Tried that but it does not fix anything. I'd like to get this fixed without having to reformat the drive. I use this drive as a samba share to store common data and from the linux side it won't allow me to write because it thinks the drive is full.