On Sun, 16 May 2004, Phil Thomson wrote: > Hi all, > > I am a relative newbie to UNIX, going from being an ex-Windows user to > being an X Windows user! ;-) I recently got FreeBSD installed on an older > PC with a 3 GB drive and a 5 GB drive (which has not yet been mounted). > The system is installed on the 3 GB drive, but my current partition table > is inadequate to my needs. Here is the output of df -H: > > /dev/ad0s1a 260M 254M -15.3M 106% / > devfs 1.0K 1.0K 0B 100% /dev > /dev/ad0s1f 3.4G 1.6G 1.6G 51% /usr > /dev/ad0s1e 260M 14M 225M 6% /var > > As you can see /dev/ad0s1a is dangerously full, and I hadn't finished > installing applications yet (it got this full as I was > compiling/installing Pine). Is there a way to change the partition table > to allocate more space to /dev/ad0s1a? Sounds like a job for fdisk, but > "man fdisk" leave me none the wiser on how to proceed with this. I've > checked the online handbook too. Can anyone point me to a guide on this > process or give me some pointers? TIA!
Most likely the problem is /root filling up with stuff that shouldn't be there--if you have created a normal user start using that one for your daily activity and clean out all the app-related files and directories in /root. Cheers, Viktor _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"