[oclug] Fedora Core 3 install problem
Alex at Avantel
ahv at avantel.ca
Tue Feb 15 16:55:06 EST 2005
On February 15, 2005 04:22 pm, Adrian Irving-Beer wrote:
> Presumably, you could also just move everything in /home over to it,
> and mount /home on it.
> Unless your other partitions need more room than the primary disk
> has available, /home is probably where most of the big stuff
> will/should go.
Well, it's set up as both a mail and web server so there's quite a lot in /var
too. And there's really only 2 partitions on the existing disk (boot,
because bootloader don't do LVM and / for all the rest). So if I want to grow
several file sytems such as /home, /var, and /usr, I have to integrate the
new disk partition(s) (Physical Volumes) into the existing VG then extend
the LVs that need the space. Almost sounds like I know what I'm doing, but
don't believe it :)
I'm busy reading the LVM howto . . .
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