>my root partiton is full, and I got some free space (not partitioned) in the
>same harddisk. so how to add these space to root partion?
filesystem, and restore from backup. Even if you could extend the
partition using something like Partition Magic, I don't know of any
currently existing tool that allows you to resize an ext2 filesystem.
This is even less doable. Partitions can't span disks. You couldQuote:>and if I add one more harddsik how to extend the root partition to
possibly use RAID to do this, but I'm not sure if it would work for a
root partition, and in any case I think you might be trying to solve
the wrong problem.
I think what you want is to have several partitions. For instance,
it's quite reasonable to have separate partitions for /, /home, /usr,
Colin Watson [cjw44 at cam.ac.uk]
Trinity College, Cambridge, and Computer Science [riva.ucam.org]
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