I am trying to increase available disk space on my Netgear Stora device (NAS). I log in as a root. Uname -a:
Linux axentraserver.<mylogin>.mystora.com 18.104.22.168-Netgear #16 Sun Jun 13 19:54:46 EDT 2010 armv5tejl armv5tejl armv5tejl GNU/Linux
When I use fd -h, I can see
-bash-3.2$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 212M 182M 30M 86% / ubi0:rootfs 212M 182M 30M 86% / none 62M 52K 62M 1% /dev /dev/sda1 101G 81G 20G 81% /mnt/DiskA (...)
So the disk I want to use as a storage is writable (and has 20 gigabytes of available space) but I can use only up to 30 megabytes (root available space).
How to change device configuration (ie. smb.conf) to make hard drive writeable up to real disk space? This is low energy linux device so the root partition is only 212 megabytes.
I reconfigured how it originally worked (it wasn't supporting NTFS) to make NTFS partitions readable but file size limit is discouraging.