Originally Posted by almatic
output of fdisk -l and cat /proc/partitions ?
You know the passphrase of the encrypted partition, right ?
btw. is there a reason why you created an lvm for your /home ??
8 0 78150744 sda
8 1 104391 sda1
8 2 10241437 sda2
8 3 1052257 sda3
8 4 1 sda4
8 5 66750043 sda5
253 0 56524800 dm-0
253 2 1048576 dm-2
I have attached external hard disk of 250 GB. fdisk -l
[root@localhost judge]# fdisk -l
bash: fdisk: command not found
This is system is partitioned as was given by the organization. For two times this occurred. I formatted the system. I was under impression that the moment it is formatted it will automatically will restore position ante. But every time I am loosing my space. This I came to know now. Hope that I can be worked out.
Is this the same which you were requisitioning. Please do confirm
[root@localhost judge]# df -l
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda2 9920624 8618772 789784 92% /
/dev/sda1 101086 14899 80968 16% /boot
tmpfs 253588 0 253588 0% /dev/shm
I have finally formatted my system. Now this problem is no more for me.
It is closed.