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1answer
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Shrinking or removing home partition in CentOS 7 installation [closed]

I made the mistake of creating a home partition that fills up all my disk space, and it's formatted in XFS, which to my knowledge isn't shrinkable. Since I have no use for the home partition anyway ...
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1answer
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Can't mount XFS partition anymore

I have 9 partitions formatted as XFS on my server. When I try to mount one of them, it fails. The others mount fine. root@fileserver2 # mount | grep xfs | head -1 /dev/sdb1 on /mnt/hdd1 type xfs ...
1
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1answer
102 views

Setup 1x RAID5 array with multiple LVs and differnt filesystems?

Centos 5.9 - 2.6.18-348.3.1.el5 i686 Raid5 - 4 Disks + 1 Spare (all WD RED 3TB) Does it make sence to create multiple LV within the same VP and configure them as differnt filesystems: Example: LV1: ...
1
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0answers
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Restoring a GPT XFS partition?

I recently added some storage to a RAID array with a single large XFS volume. To expand the volume I normally use parted to remove the partition and then recreate it so that it spans the entire ...
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2answers
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Optimal way to format 20TB partition with XFS in linux? [closed]

I have a 20TB RAID5 array (LSI 9265-8i / 8 x 3TB 7200rpm drives) configured with a 1MB stripe size. What's the optimal way to partition, and format, this partition in Linux to maximize performance ...
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3answers
932 views

Partition as XFS on RAID 5

I have configured a 14 TB as RAID 5. How can I make it to two XFS partitions? Details are as below: Disk......cciss/c0d1: 14002.5 GB, 14002557116416 bytes 255 heads, 32 sectors/track, 3351561 ...
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0answers
323 views

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 ...
5
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1answer
2k views

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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2answers
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Verify A Partition is Aligned in Linux With RAID and LVM

Does anyone know the steps to verify that a XFS filesystem on top of LVM and md RAID is properly aligned on an array of 4096 Byte aka "Advanced Format" sectored disks? Some references are: ...