> Any thoughts on how I should partition it, now? 20Gb plus the old
> 4Gb, got to leave some room for Win95 for other family members.
I would recomend using lvm and reiserfs on this it makes life so much
easier when you realise that you have just run out of space on one of the
> Also, can I move, say, /usr to the new disc (e.g mounted as
> /usrnew) by simply copying the contents of /usr to a new partition
> and then editing /etc/fstab to make /usr /usrold and /usrnew /usr?
I have done jsut that in the past.
The best way I found to do this was.
Make the file system on the new partition.
Mount it on say /mnt/new
cd into the /usr (if it is /usr you want to move)
And run something like the following
tar cpsSf - . |(cd /mnt/new && tar xvpsSf -)
edit /etc/fstab so it will mount the new usr
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