Can I Resize A Partition With dd?
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2003 18:36:40 GMT
I modified my /dev/hda3 partition to occupy more physical space with
fdisk and dd by doing this:
dd if=/dev/hda3 of=<NFS_path>/hda3.img bs=4096
I resized /dev/hda3 to be bigger
dd if=<NFS_path>/hda3.img of=/dev/hda3 bs=4096
Everything on the system appears to work. My questions is:
Q1: Would there be any problem with the file system?
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