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Re: Questions on Partitioning across two drives



On Sunday 10 May 2009 18:04:35 Jim wrote:
> I have a EeePC 1000 with two SSD drives and Fedora 10.
> I want to make /  partition larger
> sda1 / 8gb
> sdb1 /home 32gb
>
> I want to make /home 20gb
> I want to make /   20gb
>
> I have  made sdb1 /home 20gb with Gparted and I made with the
> unallocated space a   / ext3 primary partition.
> how do I make that / partition to join with the /  on  sda1 ?

You will have to create a software RAID0 device that spans across both drives 
and includes all of the space you want used for /, then create a new partition 
for / within that RAID device.

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