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We have HP9000 rp7400 Server running with hp-ux 11i.
Our Disk storage has two volume groups and are allocated as follows:
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--- Volume groups ---
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How can I only print the file systems that are more than 95% full.
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I want to resize my filesystem partitions. Reason is that I have 11GB of disk space unused by Unix which divvy reveals. Is there a way I could resize my filesystems without doing a reinstallation. The secondary problem is that the boot image is too large for a diskette (5MB).
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Anyone know what the difference between the /proc filesystems under Linux and SunOS?
Thanx In Advance!
-Lola (1 Reply)
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