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Resizing Linux partitions, Part 1: Basics

Search result description:Aug 11, 2010 ... This article guides you through the task of resizing Linux partitions, ... Note: For
brevity, I use the term resize to refer to several operations, ...

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Resizing Linux partitions, Part 2: Advanced resizing

Search result description:Sep 1, 2010 ... This article covers advanced partition resizing issues, including using ... If you run
into problems with a non-Linux file system, you may be able ...

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Learn Linux, 101: Create partitions and filesystems

Search result description:Jul 12, 2010 ... Create a partition; Use mkfs commands to set up ext2, ext3, ext4, xfs, .... to move,
resize, format, or otherwise write to the data area of your disk, ...

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Resolving problems unmounting partitions

Search result description:Oct 27, 2009 ... The standard Linux version of the umount command includes a lazy unmount
option, -l , to help unmount file systems that are in use.

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Create Linux and Windows images for OpenStack private clouds

Search result description:Jan 13, 2014 ... This article proposes a new way to construct Linux and Windows ... Whichever
method you use, you need the following items before ... And you can partition the
disk and resize the root partition on boot manually or by script.

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z/VM 6.3 & Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Search result description:From Shrink-wrap to Run-time ... Disk Partitioning ... Linux. Change that overly
complicated default password. Enable DIRMAINT – why manage your disks
when ...

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Embedded Linux applications: An overview

Search result description:The typical shrink-wrapped Linux system has been packaged to run on a PC,
with ..... Create a Linux Native partition, write the partition table, and exit the (c)
fdisk ...

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Traversing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 on System p

Search result description:Jul 22, 2008 ... The purpose of this article is to introduce Linux to AIX administrators. ... For the
purposes of this article, I'll use AIX V6.1 - TL 0 and SP2 and Red Hat ... On the
RHEL5 partition, cat a file to get some information about our system. Listing 3 ...
which allows one to enlarge or shrink mounted filesystems on the fly.

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Common threads: Learning Linux LVM, Part 1

Search result description:Mar 1, 2001 ... In this series, I'm going to show you how to install and use the new Logical ...
These partition resizing tools are great and solve the problem ...

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Best practices Tuning and monitoring database system performance

Search result description:IBM® DB2® for Linux®, UNIX®, and Windows® ... Partitioned database
environments. ..... using less CPU, reduce maxservers by 10% and repeat step 1.
.... The decision to use a hash-partitioned database environment is not generally
made ...

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Chris's AIX Blog

Search result description:We can also use kdb to verify the setting in the kernel. ... In the VWPAR, we run
cfgmgr to discover the disk. ..... savewpar = a workload partition backup image.

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Optimizing resource management in supercomputers with SLURM

Search result description:May 22, 2012 ... Partitions can be configured with constraints about which users can use ... How
you install SLURM ultimately depends on your particular Linux .... which allows a
cluster to grow and shrink as a function of the needs placed in it.

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Using Btrfs (B-Tree File System) on Linux (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Oct 9, 2012 ... To use Btrfs on Ubuntu-10.10 distribution: ..... Online resize of volume is one of
the most useful feature of Btrfs. This means that no need ...

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New Linux zswap compression functionality (News around the Linux ...

Search result description:Dec 11, 2012 ... The zswap patches have been submitted to the Linux Kernel Mailing ... We liked
this benchmark for this use case because we could more carefully .... can also
have positive effects on other partitions that share the same I/O bus. ... in the
future; this effectively shrinks the maximum capacity of the zram block ...

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Linux initial RAM disk (initrd) overview

Search result description:Jul 31, 2006 ... Learn about its anatomy, creation, and use in the Linux boot process .... Linux file
system format, there are alternatives that can reduce the size ...


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