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Old 10-31-2007, 07:02 AM   #1
rayn0r
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Exclamation /var & /opt/sybase help!


Hi there,

I have to increase the size of /var and /opt/sybase, however LVM is not supported in the Red Hat Enterprise setup. The /var and /opt/sybase have already been mounted to a partition I believe.

Can someone give me some info as to how I can check which partition they would be mounted to, and there size? And how I would go about "re-doing" the /var /opt/sybase again. Apparently, I have to create another partition somehow and copy those directories by command, I'm not sure. Please let me know.
 
Old 11-02-2007, 12:54 AM   #2
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possibly useful links

http://www.petersap.nl/SybaseWiki/in...guidelines_ASE

http://www.petersap.nl/SybaseWiki/in..._guidelines_IQ
 
  


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