We have this old CentOS4 box and I am trying to increase the space.
I want the full 8GB to show up in a "df -h" but it shows only the first Volume of ~4GB. How can I add the 2nd volume to the first? Can I just edit fstab and mount the Group?? After creating my notes below it looks like the 2nd volume is swap space. Can I just remove the swap space and make it disk space on the first volume?
hello i am trying to install arch in virtualbox .i followed the instructions in beginners' guide but i stopped installation after i generated the fstab file.when i tried to continue the installation after two days there was nothing inside the fstab file .why this happened?i notice when i mount the sda1 and sda2 partitions then the fstab has something inside about the disks.is it possible to m
I have configured glusterfs between two ubuntu servers and mounting the gluster volume under /var/www directory. Since I am using only two servers, I had to install glusterfs-client in the same machine itself(http://gopukrish.wordpress.com/high-availability-load-balanced-wordpress...). My primary objective was to get the two servers replicated.
Any easy way to have ubuntu remount all currently mounted devices on reboot?
I know that I can add the entries to fstab, but I would prefer a method that would just "remember" what I currently have mounted and mount them back on reboot (and not mount any devices that have been unmounted not in fstab)
The space in the volume name seems to disagree with fstab and terminal, I can't change the volume name either as I do not have access to Windows at this time. Is there a way I can help fstab or the terminal to recognize the space is part of the volume name?