On Thursday 01 January 2004 11:46 pm, Malcolm Kay wrote: > > > $ df -h > > > Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on > > > /dev/ad0s3a 1008M 92M 835M 10% / > > > /dev/ad0s2 1020M 19M 1001M 2% /dos > > > /dev/ad0s3g 4.8G 69M 4.3G 2% /home > > > /dev/ad0s3e 3.9G 3.9G -260.5M 107% /usr > > > /dev/ad0s3f 1008M 27M 900M 3% /var > > > /dev/ad0s1 24G 22G 2.9G 88% /nt > > > procfs 4.0K 4.0K 0B 100% /proc > > > /dev/da0s1 61M 61M 632K 99% /umass
> One of the suggested setups is to provide home with its own partition. > And even though you don't use it it is not so uncommon. As you can see above, /home is on it's very own partition. > > > The two partitions appear to be adjacent. If they are, Partition Magic > > (or similar) could merge those two partitions non-destructively, and > > your problem would be solved. > > This sounds like a disaster --- partition magic works with MS > partitions or in FBSD terms slices -- to the best I my knowledge it does > not know about BSD style partitions. Partition Magic can recognize a type 165 (freebsd) partition, but it does not support merging/resizing of these. It does support the linux partition scheme, however. -- Eric F Crist AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc (612) 998-3588 _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"