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I am able to check which parition from Storage > Disk Management
How is it possible to check if the folder is mounted on which partition. (1 Reply)
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I had created a primary partition (/dev/sda3) and made ext3 file system on it.
then mounted it on a directory and touch a file (x) into this partition.
however, I want to remove this partition and recreate it as an empty partition. so I used 'd' in fdisk command and delete that partition.... (3 Replies)
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3. Red Hat
As going thru LVM concepts in rhel 6, got hit with a question about "how to use the raw partition of an harddisk which extended volume is taken a bit"
please find the attached diagram...
is it possible to use this raw space with previously created extended partition without data... (13 Replies)
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hi want to schedule a script for displaying the size of the partiition.
/dev/fslv03 2000.00 535.43 74% 179943 1% /nvbkp
we have several mount point like this but i want to schedule script to display size of the above mount point only.
Ankit (4 Replies)
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How to check if a partition is mounted or not with bash?
And when is $? variable one?
Please give example. (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: cola
7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Please can someone tell me how can i check if my filesystem is raw on unix/linux ?
Is there some file to check or something like that to be sure ?
when i do :
$ ls -l /dev/rdisk
i get among other things , this also(there resides are oracle related files) :
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Discussion started by: tonijel
I have solaris 8 installed on Intel machine. the disk I have is IDE.
I would like to know how can I create a raw partition on an IDE disk.
Raja (2 Replies)
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