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hi all,
i'm really new to the aix system and i need ur help
currently the home directory(/dev/hd1) is full, and i need to add more space to it from /dev/lv03. How do i do it?..can you show me step by step
thankx
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Old 04-05-2002
try de "smit jfs" command to incrise the size of file system.


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