Re: Re-read partition table without reboot?
> Realos wanted us to know:
>In order to solve the problem of tiny free space on my hard drive, I was
>thinking about adding a new partition on the directory tree.
>Original post about disk space problem ---> http://lists.debian.org/debian-user/2005/11/msg01982.html
>I have found some free space on my hard drive that I would like to
>partition and mount to /var. But AFAIK partition re-read only occurs after
>reboot. I do not like to reboot if possible.
Just an additional note.
I think it must be possible. At least we see during the debian
installation no need of reboot after chaning parition table. What magic
is used there?