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Why my AWS volume size is different from the actual size?

It's very wried to see my actual disk size is much less than the actual size. From the information, looks this disk is not be partitioned. I have no idea why the actual size is 20G but disk size is ...
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windows 2003 extend dynamic system boot volume without losing data

Ok, I know there are many topics on this but I just need clear cut answer. Simply, how do I extend C:\ up to end of unallocated space WITHOUT DATA LOSS? I've done my research and MS KB says you ...
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what's the difference between a Volume and a Partition in Windows 7 diskpart [closed]

I was trying to follow the Intel guide for setting up iRST (Intel Rapid Start Technology) on my new laptop. The Intel manual says you need to create a *Volume that is as big or bigger than your ...
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Logical Volume Recovery

I have a machine with 180 or so logical volumes as well as an OS partition that were wiped out with a format when reinstalling centOS6. I made a terrible mistake, not being familiar with the interface ...
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Are there any significant differences between raid volume and partitions?

I have an option to create a single raid volume and partition it in the OS, or create multiple raid volumes (one for each partition)? What are the performance or access time differences between two? ...
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Resize Logical Volume Group

Hi ServerFault Community. To this volume group: --- Volume group --- VG Name virtual-machines System ID Format lvm2 Metadata Areas 1 ...
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How can you re-allocate space from one Volume Group to another Volume Group in Linux?

How can you re-allocate space from one Volume Group to another Volume Group in Linux? Both volume groups exist on the same physical drive and are split evenly, let say 50G each. I'd like to shrink one ...
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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, ...