My program creates many small short-lived files. They are typically deleted within a second after creation. The files are in an ext4 file system backed by a real hard disk. I know that Linux ...
How can I shrink/resize a non-LVM ext4 root partition? The problem is I can't unmount it and I don't have physical access.
I accidentally used dd and wrote over the first 208MB of my external disk. What I wrote over is a partition on its own (Debian nestinstaller) so what I see now is not my old (now damaged) ext4 ...