100% disk space on boot is in use?
fossiili at gmail.com
Sat Jul 1 10:19:42 UTC 2006
On 7/1/06, Ambrogio <fn050202 at flashnet.it> wrote:
> Il giorno sab, 01/07/2006 alle 09.03 +0300, Heikki Pesonen ha scritto:
> how to shrink the Fedora Core partition other than /boot, so that I will
> have free space on hdb to install other distros?
> vgdisplay says that you ave 2 volumes.
> One if 1.94 GB and we don't know what filesystem is, and where is
> The other is 146.97 GB, and we can think is your /
> So you can free space in your VG.
> Steps are:
> 1. Reduce File system
> 2. reduce LV
> I suggest you to read well the LVM-howto for first, to know how LVM
> After that you have to calc very well the dimension of filesystem and
> Volume, because wrong in this calc results in loss of data.
> Tell me now if you need help in this step.
Yeas I need help ....
I found http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/recipesplitvg.html
Reading it through I found the chapter "13.7. Splitting a volume
I start reading and applying the advice there, I kindly ask: Is it the right
place for me?
I do want to split the Fedora volume group. I want to free let's say 100 GB
out from the hands of Fedora.
About the data in hdb: that volume is sacrifyed for my Linux experiments. I
could well to reinstall Fedora 5 hoping that in that 3. attempt everything
will work and the result will be let's say 40 GB for Fedora and the rest of
hdb free to be used later. But the partition tool offered by the
installation script has two times been too difficult for me, so perhaps
better to try to learn more by trying to manipulate hdb using recent Fedora
installation. I suppose I already understand a lot about LVM, but perhaps
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