moving /usr to bigger partition
Dr. Scott S. Jones
scott at fyrenice.com
Thu Apr 26 10:05:31 MDT 2007
I need advice on moving a directory, /usr, which now occupies its own
partition, but which I'd like to have on a bigger partition.
/etc/fstab includes this:
/dev/hde5 /usr ext3 defaults 0 2
df -h shows:
/dev/hde5 4.6G 4.3G 106M 98% /usr
/dev/hde9 65G 12G 51G 19% /home
while root is:
/dev/hde1 250M 219M 18M 93% /
Don't ask why it's set up this way. It just is. I just want to change it
around by moving /usr to /dev/hde9 so that it has room.
How do I do this safely so that nothing gets hosed?
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