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Old 03-30-2010, 03:30 AM   #1
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Linux Disk Management


First post in this forum..


I want to resize the partition
for example..
/u01 is 50 gb.
/u02 is 30 gb.

i need to risize /u02 to 100gb
( i have space left of around 60 gb and I need to take 10gb from /u01)
got it!!!

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Hi, welcome to LQ!

To assist with this we'll need more input, I'm afraid. Are
those filesystems on an actual hdd partition or a LogicalVolume?
What file-system are you using? And: if they're not LVM, would it
be OK for you to boot the machine of a Live-CD and do the resizing
from there?



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