Another (hobbiest) sys admin on they same system as me, pointed out that there is 30Gb of unallocated space on the system. I have need of that space to create a new partition. (I'm going to make a fast scratch for HPC) Unfortunatly he never told me which of the many many devices on the system it was on. I think it might be on a pair of raided disks.
How can I find what unpartioned space exists on a system, accross all of its disks?
I can do it one dist at a time with
parted. (by cycling though each device using
select /dev/sda , then
print free) but that will take a while with the many disks and is a inelegant solution.