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Old 10-05-2010, 03:35 PM   #1
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LaCie Nas Format


Hello,

I 'm trying to update a LaCie edminin1 2. It is a 250 GB Nas. I want to replace the disk with a 1 TB.

I succeeded in getting all partitions and software on the new drive. I can start the new drive, but....... because I made a clone the drive has only 250Gb data storage.

The data partition is XFS. I read a lot over how to grow it (with xfs_growfs) but I get only back 2 replies with the same information.

I also read something of deleting the data partition and making a new large one in ext3. Next let the drive format the dataspace. This means you loose the data but that is not important.

Is there someone on this forum who did this?

Thank you for any hint

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