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Old 06-18-2006, 04:36 AM   #1
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SCSI disk full - want to add for the same mount point

Hi Gurus
I have Redhat 2.1 AS .
I got RAID 5
There is 1 mount point /apps ---/dev/cc0d0p1 is 100% ..I tried to remove logs ..df -h showing used 120 GB Avail 125 GB ..but it is showing 100% ...what is the reason .
I want to add scsi disk space to this mount point
Any idea
pls guide me


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