enlarge a filesystem
- From: Jim Pazarena <fquest@xxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Sep 2011 00:17:17 -0700
I have a drive with two filesystems.
/dev/da1s1d 412G 337G 42G 89%
/dev/da1s1e 130G 19M 119G 0%
I need the space on da1s1e.
Does FreeBSD have any mechanism to enlarge
s1d after I delete s1e ?
Would GParted be able to do this?
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