I need to resize my root partition to prepare for 5.0 which requires 30M of free space.
Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s4a 61M 40M 16M 71% / /dev/ad0s4d 1.3G 788M 480M 62% /opt /dev/ad0s4h 2.1G 430M 1.6G 21% /home /dev/ad0s4e 244M 20M 205M 9% /tmp /dev/ad0s4g 2.4G 946M 1.3G 42% /usr /dev/ad0s4f 61M 15M 41M 27% /var My BSD slice layout will enable me to steal space for root from swap & tmp. I am also considering using this as an excuse to change /usr, currently I have /usr/obj & /usr/src linked to directories on /opt. I am fishing for wisdom on the worth of breaking up /usr. Directories I've considered moving around are: 158M /usr/X11R6 91M /usr/compat 546M /usr/local 299M /usr/src/ 27M /usr/obj/ Jeff To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message