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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm having trouble finding info on how to convert sector size (*if that's really what i want to do?) to something easier to understand.
I'm trying to copy the MBR from a bootable SD Card to another SD Card or image file, but I'm not sure what I should use in my dd command since I'm... (17 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm doing some resilience testing and need to write a script to consume all of the available disk space on a partition and then to free it up again.
This would need to be -
Dynamic, in that it calculates the free space prior to consuming it.
I might want to go on to consume a... (7 Replies)
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Im trying to migrate some SAN disks from sparc server to X86 one, and having issues with disks not getting mounted on the X86 server with " not this fstyp error" due to the different partitions lay out between the two OS. I have tried it from sparc to sparc server and it worked,... (10 Replies)
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I am trying to expand the root partition on Solaris 10. I can expand root partition using format/partition command, but usually increasing cylinders on partition is done on back end. In this case I would have to expand from the front end following the table below, meaning I would have to move the... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: mjaminal
in the same VG?
Is there a way we can do this?
We basically have a test server that used to be a production server. Now the newly created test directories have run out of space and the old production directories have alot of free space. Can we transfer that free space over?
If so how? Have... (2 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
My System is Sun Microsystems Inc. SunOS 5.10 Solaris
Partition Info is
27G 25G 1.2G 96% /var
110G 54G 56G 49% /export/home
I want to shift space 20G from /export/home to /var
What should be the command ?? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: kaushik02018
I am currently running DesktopBSD as a live-CD and need to have a large /var partition because it is currently too small. I have a USB stick which is BSD formatted, and would like to have the /var partition moved over to it. How can this be done? Could I for instance use a symlink? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: figaro
Hi everybody. My task today is to move my file system that's 98% full to a new partition slice.
I think I'm pretty sure how to do it, but I just wanted to make sure, plus it's been a while since I last did one. The Let's say I have 2 disks c0t0d0 & c0t1d0 ...the file Iwant to move is in c0t0d0s5... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: Remi
I have a slice on a 72GB hard drive like this (example):
/dev/dsk/c0t1d0s0 51424287 51009 50859036 1% /usr/stuff
that I need to copy or move to a slice on a MUCH larger slice like this:
/dev/dsk/c0t2d0s6 70592505 570236 69316344 1% /usr/newstuff
What is the... (4 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
first of all, sorry about my english...I´m a spanish newbie to this marvelous OS and i have just a couple of doubts...u know? :-)
1) how big should my swap partition be if i installed debian 2.2r3 or FreeBSD 4.x on a AMD k7 1400Mhz with 512Mb of Random Access Memory?
i heard that those OS... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: I[X]ION