A partition is a means of logically dividing a computing resource (most frequently disk storage)

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Windows Server 2003 - move C: partition to a new SAS disk

A server I am working on has two 73GB SAS disks (configured as RAID 1). There are two partitions on the 73GB drive and the C: partition is only 15GB or so. This drive is near 100% capacity and I've ...
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Exchange 2010 on VMWare - can I expand a partition with databases on it?

I have an Exchange server at a remote office that has a database partition that has grown considerably. It is running on VMWare vsphere 4.1. Normally on most VMs I would shut down the VM, and ...
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Root file system is full and I need to install additional software.

I am trying to install to install EPEL Repository on CentOS 5.7. I still have lots of space available on my hard drive. /dev/sda2 3.9G 3.9G 0 100% / /dev/sda11 17G ...
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How do I restore a partimage image to a smaller drive?

Without thinking, I made a partimage image of a ~1TB ext3 partition, which only actually contained about 2GB of data, so gzipped down to that size. I then wiped it and used it for something else. I'd ...
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How to install CentOs 5.8 on 3TB disk with RAID 1 on Hetzner EX 4S (10 TB) server?

I have installed centos 5.8 with Hetzner server rescue mode but its disk parttion table is in MSDOS formate which does not support more than 2 TB space of disk so i need to change the partition table ...
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Modifying partitions in CentOS 6

Ladies & Gentlemen, I'm currently running CentOS6 6 with 300 GB of storage space. Currently, /dev/sda looks like this (via parted): Number Start End Size Type File system Flags 1 ...
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Can I run fsck on a partition which is unmounted but on a live machine?

I have a server which has 4 drives which are each mounted to different areas. I have 2 drives which are giving me trouble and would like to run fsck on them. Can I unmount those drives, run fsck on ...
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Monitor partition size on Debian

How can I monitor my /backups partition on my Debian-Lenny box? I have sendmail and I would like to receive an email when my partition gets over, for instance, 80% of its total size.
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Partition and Windows 7

I was formatting one my comps to do testing. The first partition seems to be EFI or something that i shouldnt touch. When creating another partition window 7 has a 100 mb blank partition before its ...
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When can I adjust partition sized in Leopard?

The version of Disk Utility that comes with Mac OS X 10.5 will let you resize existing partitions on a partitioned drive -- some of the time. What determines if it will let you adjust partition sizes ...
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reached the maximum partitions on my virtual machine

I have a virtual machine and I extended the size since I needed more space. Here is what I have and the message I am getting: I was reading up and I saw some references to diskpart.exe and it gave ...
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mysql “hotcopy” and symlinking

this is a question in planning migration. mysql server 5.1.58-1-log (Debian) has datadir set to /dbs0 on disk0 and all myisam databases in it. We would make new /dbs1 on disk1, stopping server, ...
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having problems expanding the space of one partition on a disk

I currently have a VM which has 50 GB of space. I increased it to 100 GB and booted the Ubuntu Live CD. I did the following Deleted the partition /dev/vda1 Readded it with all blocks resize2fs ...
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Impossible remove Logical Volumes or Volume Group LVM2 [closed]

After a disk crash part of a LVM group, I can't use LVM2 properly. If like delete a Logical Volume impossible (Error on SATA Volumen) lvscan Couldn't find device with uuid ...