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scott.callum at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 12:52:39 UTC 2009
You should have alook at setting up LVM.
Once you have your 450GB on lvm you can migrate your 50GB over onto it and
then expand the logical volume over the remaining 50GM regaining your full
Then when you get your next disk just add that to the volume and so on and
LVM has been useful to me when I have caught HDD failures in the past as
Have fun :D
On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 9:11 AM, Thomas <valhalla2100 at comcast.net> wrote:
> Forgot again!
> Forgot to include a question.
> How can I set up the rest of a hard disk for Ubuntu?
> I am only using 50 GB of my 500 GB drive. Could not figure
> out what to do.
> I am planning to reinstall the 2nd hard disk and assume that
> the same solution would work for both.
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