jerrymc at msu.edu
Thu Feb 15 15:25:33 UTC 2007
On Sat, Feb 03, 2007 at 10:30:24AM +0200, cihan k?me?o?lu wrote:
> I have a problem with creating partition. I have one slice that ad2s1 and I
> created four partition on ad2s1
> ad2s1a mounted /
> ad2s1b swap
> ad2s1d mounted /usr
> ad2s1e mounted /mnt
> ad2s1f mounted /mnt2
> I want to delete ad2s1f then create ad2s2 slice. How can I do this?
Well, you will have to re-fdisk the drive.
I don't really know if you can do all of it in place or not.
You will be best off making dump(8) backups of a, d and e
and then running fdisk to create your two slices and then
bsdlabel to create the partitions within the slices.
Is there a reason you want another slice - like you plan to
dual boot the machine or something? If not, just use that
partition however you want and don't bother with the slice.
> Cihan K?me?o?lu
> Enderunix Edu ST
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