Adding additional hard drive space to current file system

Adding additional hard drive space to current file system

Post by joli.. » Fri, 18 Jun 1999 04:00:00

I have just added two 9gb hard drives to my sun enterprise 3000 server,
which currently has solaris 2.5.1, and i want to add the new space to
my current file system.  I am running low on space in /var and /usr and
want to increase the space allocated for these and the rest of the
system. If anyone knows of any way to do this without reconfiguring the
system from scratch please tell me.

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