Old 10th June 2006, 17:07
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Default Adjust Disk Partitions


I've been using ISPConfig for some time now.
But now I'm starting to have a lil' problem :-)

Since i was dumb enough to give my root partition (/) only 5Gb Disk Space.
Looks like i'm having some problems now. When the server is being pushed by it's customers, the disk usage tends to raise and reach 100%.

Then it starts crashing all sorts of services like MySQL cause of low disk space.

Anyway, does anybody know how to adjust ur partitions without lot's of risk of losing data...
I was thinkin' QTParted but then i would have to install x interface and i'm not gonna do that on this server so...

If anyone could help, would appreciate it :-)

Thx !

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Old 10th June 2006, 21:14
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You can try cfdisk, but make a backup before as you might lose data. Or if you use LVM, you can add another HDD.
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