Re: I can't expand the Debian-partition
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On Mon, Apr 09, 2018 at 09:04:56AM -0400, Gdsi wrote:
> Hi all.
> After copying a bulk files I felt the limitation of Debian-partition, and decided expand it, as a space on disk was. The partitions on disk placed so: sda2-Debian, sda3-swap. I deleted the sda3-swap, and expand sda2-Debian, and create swap again. I used "parted" with terminal. After all 'parted' and 'fdisk' are seeing increasing sda2-Debian and sda3-swap, but graphical file manager 'Thunar' don't seeing increasing sda2-Debian (i.e. its status-bar expose Free space: 733,9 MB) the size was before all changes .Besides this in the booting time are doing the check of disk, duration is 2 min.If I execute:
I guess you have to tell your file system that
it can make use of that extra space. That's what
"resize2fs" is for (NOTE: I've assumed you have
an ext4 file system on sda2-Debian: otherwise
you'll need another command).
It will default to your (new) partition size, so
just giving it the device name should work.
Back up your valuable data first!
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