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Operating Systems Solaris Swap size increase
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Old 06-08-2011
Dear Sudhansu,

Thanks for your reply....From your mail I could learn of increasing the size of the file system by adding another slice.

Let us suppose if we dont have enough space in the hard disk , we want to add another disk and attach to this file system....is there any way for this...

Pl input your thoughts on this.

Regards
Rj
# 9  
Old 06-08-2011
His method works for that, but is for regular fs space. For swap, you just get the device up and add whatever partitions of it you want to swap as described way above.

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