Re: Problem on locating 2nd harddrive on existing Linux OS
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 13:25:00 GMT
silentsc <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi! I need some help and guidance to make my harddrive available to
> the existing partition and i'm currently having problem.
> My machine is running on RAID5 and based on the info given on BIOS,
> the hardware manage to identify the new available harddrive.
> Now... the problem I'm facing is that the OS can't locate the new
> harddrive, how would this be solve?
> And once its solve... i need to have the new harddrive merge to the
> existing /var or /home ... any idea on how to make it happen?
hmmmm, doesn't DeadRat offer a "diskmerge" utility? i heard they
were close to releasing it last year. --Loren
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