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onurbi 02-10-2004 02:00 AM

Partition resize, YAST2 (Suse 9.0) command line
 
Hi all,

Does anybody know if there is a command line program behind the "Partition resize" function of YAST2 of Suse 9.0 which I can run separately in a rescue environment?

Regards,

Kurt

jailbait 02-10-2004 02:47 PM

"Does anybody know if there is a command line program behind the "Partition resize" function of YAST2 of Suse 9.0 which I can run separately in a rescue environment?"

parted is a command line program that meets your requirements. I don't know if parted happens to be the program used by YaST2.


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Steve Stites

onurbi 02-11-2004 03:41 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by jailbait
parted is a command line program that meets your requirements. I don't know if parted happens to be the program used by YaST2.
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Steve Stites

I should have noted that I know parted already. As I experienced parted does its job most time, but not for reiser-fs

Kurt

onurbi 02-19-2004 06:34 AM

I now found what I have searched for:

at paud.sourceforge.net there is a floppy linux image with a reiserfs able parted which really works to create, resize and move reiserfs filesystems.

What I'll test soon is: Using the parted and its libs it should be possible to make fit qtparted as well.

Kurt

apple20121314 08-18-2010 03:58 AM

resize partition
 
So, I want to say, you'd better choose the 3rd software to realize the operation you mentioned--Partition Manager.
It can work flawlessly and free for use.
Many people spoke highly of it.
And I often resize partition through it.
extend-partition.com/help/how-to-resize-partition.html
From here, you can get more useful information related.


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