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Re: WHY fdisk and df, /etc/fstab differ?



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digz schrieb:
> 
> Can anyone explain this output what is ID ee and EFI GPT

% sfdisk -T | grep ^ee
ee  EFI GPT

So partition type "ee" stands for "EFI GPT".
Perhaps the Intel documentation is helpful:

http://developer.intel.com/technology/efi/


> and how is ext2 or 
> ext3 functioning under such a partitioning scheme and more how do i create 
> new partitions on this hard-disk , this is RHEL3 on  Itanium .

afaics creating partitions is done by fdisk & co as usual, EFI just sits
between the bootloader and the hardware/bios. the fs created on top of the
(special) partition shouldn't care about it.

Christian.
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