[oclug] aaawwwww crap
flying-camel at rogers.com
Mon Jun 14 13:57:01 EDT 2004
Gah I'm dumb. I jsut saw this. When I check my mounts and evrything, I
realised that my /usr was mount where /var is supposed to be. Thank god.
Now I don't need to worry about resizing and just gotta copy everything
around to switch the mount points.
Thanks for everybody's help, and if I ever do have to resize the
partitions, I'll have a good idea of how to go about doing it
On Mon, 2004-06-14 at 13:50, Robert Brockway wrote:
> Rather than buying a new drive, I just split the drive in half to start
> with. Many boxes I've built need storage on the order of 20-40GB rather
> than 80-100GB so there is plenty of room to move. I mainly do this so
> that the next upgrade can be conducted without the need to take data off
> disk. Once I'm confident it is working the way it should I can flip the
> box to the new build. Backups are a must as always.
> This method, like the 2nd drive solution, allows for a quick backout.
> Robert Brockway B.Sc. email: robert at timetraveller.org, rbrockway at uqconnect.net
> Linux counter project ID #16440 (http://counter.li.org)
> "The earth is but one country and mankind its citizens" -Baha'u'llah
Michael W. Bazdell <michael at bazdell.com>
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