On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 9:30 PM, William Kenworthy <email@example.com> wrote:
You have extended the partition, but the file system inside still ends
at the old boundary. *You will need to resize it - reiserfs can do it (I
know because I do this a couple of times a year
, so I presume that
other, lesser file systems can also do it.
thank you for the reply, actually I've heard about this solution, and tried to use
resize2fs to expand my filesystem (ext3), the problem is I didn't know how to use
it, what does the "new size" parameter mean? the additional size or the new complete
size?* and the device must be a partition rather than the whole disk, otherwise,
it complains "Bad magic number in super-block", and for a partition, it complains size
not match or too large. any ideas?
On Tue, 2008-04-01 at 21:23 +0800, fei huang wrote:
> I've got a mini gentoo in vmware for coding, and the "/" becomes full,
> I used *vmware-vdiskmanager *and expaned the virutal disk with no
> however, the VM is totally unware of the new free space, neither
> "fdisk" nor "parted", I've got no idea about this, *almost all
> articles googled are
> about windows and partition magic which make no sense to me, any hints
> please? * thanks a lot~~
William Kenworthy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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