Doing so allows you to view or configure the partition table of a device.
For the command line reference: ml travisdh1, 08:32 AM # 3 syg00, lQ Veteran, registered: Aug 2003, location: Australia.
Just as with the previous steps to gather information about the current Logical Volume Management configuration of a CentOS 6 system, changing this configuration can be performed both from the command line and from within the graphical volume management tool.
Without LVM this file system would be created with a certain size when the operating system is installed.I've tried it this time as you sugested, I can create the volume and format in ext4 but one thing I don't understand is when I enter in the console a simple "df -h" the new volume created is not listed.The sections that follow explain some of these commands and arguments in more detail.Password, centOS, this forum is for the discussion of CentOS Linux.
Thus, if you wish to create an ext3 file system, use mkpart and create the file system with the mkfs command as described later.
I would like a GUI tool.
LVM provides a flexible and high level approach to managing disk space.
For an overview of disk partitions, refer to the appendix An Introduction to Disk Partitions in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installation Guide.Resizing a Partition Warning Do not attempt to resize a partition on a device that is in use.Thanks a lot for reading and for any help.Step 1 boardwalk empire season 2 episode 1 create a new file po in /etc/yum/repos.Start parted, where /dev/ sda is the device on which to create the partition: parted /dev/ sda View the current partition table to determine if there is enough free space: print If there is not enough free space, you can resize an existing partition.In fact it is a VMWare virtual machine working just fine.Before removing a partition, boot into rescue mode (or unmount any partitions on the device and turn off any swap space on the device).