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Raw partition check

Hi

I have Redhat linux 9. How can I check the size of a raw partition

Regards,
Raja
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Look at /etc/sysconfig/rawdevices to find out which device it is on. For example if you are looking at /dev/raw25 and it is /dev/sda3 you know the device is /dev/sda. Next fdisk /dev/sda, type 'p', and look at /dev/sda3.
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Thanks a lot Tio

I have one last question?

Can I create a raw partition in Solaris which is installed on Intel platform. The disk drive I am using is IDE.

Regards,
Raja
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