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SubjectRe: File System conversion -- ideas
Henning P. Schmiedehausen wrote:
> "David D. Hagood" <> writes:
>>For example, suppose you have a 60G disk, 55G of data, in ext2, and you
>>wish to convert to ReiserFS.
>>Step 1: Shrink the volume to 55G. This requires a "shrink disk" utility
>>for the source file system (which exists for the major file systems in
>>use today).
> You have a 6 GB file. You lose. :-)
> Regards
> Henning

Hey folk! I don't used LVM, but I think it allows file to be splitted
between diferent filesystems. Yes?

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