howmany partitions per disk possible?
listen at alexander.skwar.name
Mon Sep 11 13:53:06 UTC 2006
Tony Arnold <tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk>:
> On Mon, 2006-09-11 at 13:10 +0200, Alexander Skwar wrote:
>> > I've already shrunk the PV, I now want to shrink the partition.
>> fdisk is the tool to use for this - you'll delete the partition
>> and create a new one, which starts at the same spot. Finito -
>> partition has been shrinked. :)
> fdisk scares me rigid!
No need to. Just be careful - but that's a given, of course.
> There seems to be plenty of scope for wiping the
> whole disk if one is not careful,
Not really. Just don't type "o" :)
> In the mean time, I've taken the coward's way out and re-installed.
> Given my partitions were peculiar anyway (one extended containing two
> logicals, no primaries at all), it was probably the right thing to do.
Hm? What's strange about this? Extended partitions always only contain
logical partitions. They cannot, by definition, contain anything else.
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