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Re: How big is fully loaded?

From: "Steve O'Hara-Smith" <steve@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2011 06:12:10 +0000

On Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:32:19 -0500
Pierre Abbat <phma@phma.optus.nu> wrote:

> On Wednesday 16 February 2011 23:14:07 Pierre Abbat wrote:
> > I was thinking, if I wanted /home to be encrypted, or shared with Linux
> > on the same laptop, or both (LUKS is LUKS, right?), how much disk space
> > should I allocate to everything but /home?
> >
> > I also saw lvm next to cryptsetup. Does it work the same way as in
> > Linux? I've been using lvm since at least 2007.
> Also, both ext2/3 and reiserfs have programs to resize them, after
> expanding or before shrinking the logical volume they're in. I don't see
> any similar programs for ufs or Hammer. How hard is it to write them?

	For UFS there's growfs, for Hammer AFAIK there's no way to resize a
volume but you can add volumes to a filesystem with hammer volume_add and
remove them with hammer volume_del.

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