I'm having problem with a USB external drive, which seem to be formated with UDF and was being used for MAC and Windows (or at least that is what told). When I attached the HDD to my Linux system ...
I have a big disk around 4.8 TB (RAID) and it has following partition (created by fdisk) [root@server1 ~]# fdisk -l /dev/sde WARNING: The size of this disk is 4.8 TB (4796404727808 bytes). DOS ...
I first asked this question on SuperUser.com but got no responses. I have found how to align the partition of my SSD using fdisk (SSD article on Gentoo Wiki) but haven't been able to find any ...
I'm wondering if there is some way to prevent certain certain devices from becoming the output file of the dd command and the target of the fdisk command. I'm currently using the two operations to set ...
I've got 3 1TB drives which I've set up to use LVM. Here's the output of pvdisplay: --- Physical volume --- PV Name /dev/sda1 VG Name vgpool PV Size ...
How can I resize logical volume to fit filesystem automagically?
How do I create a new partition on a hard disk, from the terminal? I've been reading the man pages for fdisk and mkfs, but they're confusing. I need to know how to create a new partition on a blank ...