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how to add a raw device on RHL

I am using a server to which someone added a harddisk. I am struggling to get this to work. I am a regular Linux user (but haven't done this stuff before). I have googled up and tried to follow the ...
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Mount Partition Read-Only in Red Hat

We have a server installed with Red Hat, kernel (2.6.18-274.3.1.el5) and RHEL version 5.7 (Tikanga) with Raid 10. When we try to copy files to one mounted partition it will change autocratically to ...
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What is the best way to resize the “/” mount point that is not LVM?

Lately I am trying to update the packages in my Centos (Physical Box) and got error about not enough space. What is the best way to resize a mount point that is no LVM? Follows are some information: ...
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Mounting individual “partitions” from a ddrescue'd whole-device image file?

I ddrescue'd from a sick drive device into an image file (I had enough free space, but not a spare device to copy onto). It seemed to go quite well, but now I can't find how to mount just one ...
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Which directories in Linux must be part of the root filesystem?

I'm building a few virtual machines under KVM where the base system will be an image (haven't decided specifically which format yet), and all of the remaining system files will be other partitions ...
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Raid superblock missing on single partition. Recovery needed

Ok so I have a 2 TB raid 1 setup that has three partitions: sdc1: linux sdc2: swap sdc3: LVM for data However the LVM will no longer mount. So I thought that I would take the spare drive, mount it ...
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is there any advantage mounting an LV by UUID instead of by path?

I know I can specify mounts in fstab by either putting their path (like /dev/sda1 or /dev/mapper/myvg-logicalVolume1) or by fs label (LABEL=root) or by UUID (UUID=1234-5678-...). I see a clear ...
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How to boot copied partition

I have just ghosted an Ubuntu (12.04) instance from a 200GB HD to a 1TB HD. The ghosted instance has two mounted storage partitions both of about 100GB each and I have the following partition table: ...
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How to recover data from a corrupted ext3 partition?

A server of mine had a drive failure of some sort which caused the OS (CentOS 5) to crash and stop working (it refuses to boot). So we put another drive with a working OS and from there we try to ...
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How to properly change mount point of the folder? [closed]

I have a folder(mostly with postfix user mailboxes-homedirs) mounted on a disk A(raid1) and I want to move it from disk A to disk B(also raid1). Currently it is like: /h1(folder) /md120(diskA) and ...
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how to mount additional space to existing partition?

This is the original output of fdisk -l: Disk /dev/sda: 21.4 GB, 21474836480 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 2610 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes Device Boot ...
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Mount a partition to two mount points

I have a partition called sda4. And I want to store the mysql data and xml files on that partition because the partition which mysql and domain are installed has little space. So I'm planning to ...
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fdisk -l only displays boot partition

I have a SAN, and it's able to read and write to the 50TB RAID just fine, but when I run fdisk -l it only lists the boot partition of the SAN server, and doesn't display anything about the other ...
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Remounting MySQL under a new mount point

/var/lib/mysql is mounted on partition / which is now full. Is there a way to mount this under /home/mysql for more disk space?
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Mount Remote Partition Locally?

I have a Webserver, and I would like to move some of the static files for the web application off to a remote server, yet still have them accessible. Is there a way to have (Server A) mount a folder ...
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Mounting a partition from a raw DD image file of a physical disk

I have a DD image taken from the raw HDD image (/dev/sdb). This image file contains an XFS filesystem that I need to mount. It is much too large to restore to disks (2.6TB img file) so I would like to ...
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0answers
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Mounting a partition from a raw DD image file of a physical disk

I have a DD image taken from the raw HDD image (/dev/sdb). This image file contains an XFS filesystem that I need to mount. It is much too large to restore to disks (2.6TB img file) so I would like to ...
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Mount XFS partition with < 4k block size

I have an XFS partition with a 64k blocksize. But I can only mount it in Ubuntu 10.10 when the blocksize is the default of 4k. How can I mount a partition with the larger blocksize? This works: ...
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No device file for partition on logical volume (Linux LVM)

I created a logical volume (scandata) containing a single ext3 partition. It is the only logical volume in its volume group (case4t). Said volume group is comprised by 3 physical volumes, which are ...
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Partition and mount my secondary hard drive on CentOS 5.5 64bit?

I am trying to prepare my second hard drive for user image uploads. Here is the current layout: # sudo parted /dev/sda print Model: ATA WDC WD2500KS-00M (scsi) Disk /dev/sda: 250GB Sector size ...
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creating and mounting a logical volume

I don't know if my question makes any sense. I have never tried this sort of thing before. What I would like to do is create one logical volume spanning multiple physical partitions like /dev/sdb1, ...
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2answers
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Mount secondary partition on Hyper-V Server guest

My Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 box has 2 partitions, one for the OS and a second for data. Can I configure my guest virtual machines to have access to that data partition? Preferably so that the guest OS ...
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Can we mount multiple disks as one directory?

Are there way to mount the different disks as one directory? Assuming I have some disks with ext4 partitions: /dev/sda1 1Tb mounted as /store1 /dev/sda2 2Tb mounted as /store2 /dev/sdb1 2Tb mounted ...
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Solaris mounting partitions

I'm trying to mount a partition in solaris 10... bash-3.00# mount /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s3 /data mount: /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s3 is already mounted or /data is busy As far as I know c0t0d0s3 isn't already ...
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Partition is gone after power failure

Just had a power failure and am just going through my 4 USB disks to remount them and found that 1 (the most important one) is coming back as 'doesn't contain a valid partition table'. What can I do ...
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Is it possible and how to mount an AIX disk into Linux?

I have a disk from a AIX server that I need to explore in order to recover some data (the server is down). Is it possible to mount AIX partitions on Linux? How?
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ln -s vs mount --bind

Is there any practical difference between using ln -s or mount --bind? I want to move some folders to another partition, without changing their daemon setting, and wonder what approach I should take. ...
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Why have multiple partitions on a windows server?

With my IT outfit, we have templates to deploy servers with a dinky C drive/partition (10GB) and a larger D drive/partition. Why do this? Windows (at least until recently and at that minimally) has no ...
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How do I resize mounts on my CentOS VM?

I'm running VMWare Fusion on my Mac, and just created a new VM for CentOS 5.3. I have pre-allocated 20GB of space for this VM. Here are the / and /home mounts on my machine. There are others but ...
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How to mount a LVM partition on Ubuntu?

#fdisk -l /dev/sdb1 * 1 9702 77931283+ 8e Linux LVM I tried the following command: #mkdir /media/backup #mount /dev/sdb1 /media/backup mount: unknown file system ...