My suggestion would be to use LVM or partition your new drive so that you have a file system that is the size you want your entire /var/lib/pgsql to be - that may be all of the drive you've ad... [by TrevorH]
on 07/04/2012 – Made popular on 07/04/2012
In a Linux computer, partition table and superblock are two most important data structures. The superblock keeps record of the file system characteristics including its size, empty and filled block, location and size of Inode tables, block size and status. The partition tables stores all required information about hard drive primary partitions.
I'm not sure how to explain this in the subject better, so the "question" may not be right. But here goes. I have three hard drives. Drive A is a 320GB drive, Drive B is a 80 GB Drive, and Drive C is a 1TB Drive.
Someone did a re-installation of his Operating System of the C: drive using his computer's 'Acer hidden recovery partition' (the alt+f10 procedure). Then he chose 'do not back up personal data (this will wipe the entire C: drive)' during the recovery process and his system was 're-installed'. All of his personal data was in that C: drive.
I'm new to fedora but not completly new to linux.
Now i wanted to copy some folders _from_ my NTFS partitioned drive to a folder in a XFS partitioned on another drive. I marked them and clicked with the mouse and dragged the icons to the folder in the other drive.