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comment merge two partition with different disk in centos
Thanks! I threw your information in @Ali n. I may have had some off-by-one errors. Please let me know if the numbers deviate from what you see anywhere. Also vmware should not conflict with what we are doing; you should be fine if it was either a hard machine, or a virtual machine.
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Also the output of # /sbin/vgscan will be helpful (needed) :) -- moderators: if anyone can edit my previous comment and add this to the first comment, and delete this one... that would be very helpful!
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comment merge two partition with different disk in centos
Can you additionally post the output of # /sbin/fdisk -l so we can see the filesystem for /disk1 and /dev/mapper/vg_hadoop1-lv_root? It will change some of the commands you would run to perform your resizing
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Thanks for helping with the formatting slhck! :D
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This is located in "/boot/grub/grub.conf" Some distributions use a different name for it. So if that does not exist already, then it is most likely "/boot/grub/menu.lst"
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