resize and backup partitions?
steve at n2sw.com
Fri Jul 23 03:00:57 PDT 2004
and whaever you do back up /etc/fstab
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Henrik W Lund" <henrik.w.lund at broadpark.no>
To: <Ara at Avvali.COM>
Cc: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Friday, July 23, 2004 11:59 AM
Subject: Re: resize and backup partitions?
> Ara at Avvali.COM wrote:
> >does anybody know if there is a program like symantec ghost so i can
> >back up and duplicate ufs file system disks and slices for recovery and
> >easy duplicating?? I looked at recuse CD but it says ufs is still in
> >also is there any program for resizing slices and partition ? i looked
> >on ports but found nothing
> >thank you for help
> For backups and duplicates, check out dump(8) and restore(8).
> Partition/slice resizing is the specialty of fdisk(8) and disklabel(8).
> But please, read the documentation before jumping into it, especially
> with the partitioning. You can really mess up a disk with those. At the
> very least, back up all your files (which you implied you were going to
> do, but I'll mention it anyways).
> Hope this helps!
> -Henrik W Lund
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