Re: Disk resize
> - Move "middle" 128M partition to right in front of the "last"Normally you have to both (1) resize the partition and (2) resize the
> - Expand "middle" 128M partition to 256M (I think this is the "os"
> - Expand the "first" partition from 4.8G to 110G (or whatever was
> Why do I have 4.36G of data on a 110G partition but only 23M free -
> did I miss a step somewhere?
filesystem to fill the partition. It's possible that gparted is
supposed to do both steps simultaneously for you, but what you're
seeing is consistent with it not having resized the filesystem.
(BTW, it also looks as if you've put the swap at the opposite end of
the disk from the data with an empty gap in between. Disks take a long
time to seek from one end of the disk to the other!)
Thanks for the reply. So it looks like I need to run resize2fs - I
think. I assume I shouldn't do this while my drive is "active" & on
my Slug - which is good 'cause my slug doesn't seem to have
resize2fs on it. :-)
I'm actually a bit confused about the partition stuff. I didn't
knowingly do anything other than my initial unslung to a 512 USB
drive, then a move to 5G 2.5" drive (I don't recall what I used at
the time), and now the move to the 120G.
I always assumed one partition was for config/"OS", one for swap,
and one for data. But it looks to me like I've got one for
data/"OS", and one for config - with NOTHING for swap.
What's the recommended setup for the NSLU2 (or even generic linux).
Swap partition first? How big makes sense for a slug? Is it OK for
everything non-swap to be on one partition? I don't really see the
point of having a separate partition for a swap file if it's still
on the same physical disk - how does it help?
Looking forward to getting all my facts straight BEFORE jumping in
Thanks again for previous reply, and for any future ones!