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Old 10-17-2007
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But then How would I assign or allocate the size for new filesystems?
use the "format" utility...
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Old 10-17-2007
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Originally Posted by panchpan
But then How would I assign or allocate the size for new filesystems?
I thought you already had 5Gig and 10Gig filesystems allocated for /u00 and /u01. Dismounting them and removing them from vfstab does not destroy the filesystems on the partitions.

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