[UCI-Linux] Partitions

Dan Stromberg strombrg@nis.acs.uci.edu
Tue, 27 Aug 2002 13:16:58 -0700


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You probably want parted or ext2resize.  There may be some others that
do the same thing.  My redhat 7.3 system has parted in /sbin.

On Tue, Aug 27, 2002 at 01:02:23PM -0700, Marco Rodriguez wrote:
> Hi everybody,
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>     Does anyone know of a way to change the size of linux partitions in
> a non-destructive way. Suppose I have
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> /usr/local in /dev/hda6 --> 6.0 GB
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> and I want to reduce this partition by half and allocate the other 3.0
> GB into home that is
> /home in /dev/hda13
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> any comments or suggestions are welcome and appreciated.
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> Marco Rodriguez
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Dan Stromberg                                               UCI/NACS/DCS

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