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Running out of diskspace question?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by tooljob, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. tooljob

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    Im in charge of a linux servers and we are running out of disk space.

    We have Plesk on the box and it has only 1 disk which I got raided to another.

    My question is. What is the best solution for adding another disk
    to this server so I can add more websites onto it?

    Im not a professional sysop so I'd greatly appreciate your advice here.

    TJ
     
  2. maxrisc

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  3. nerbonne

    nerbonne Guest

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    Uhh, not really. I have the same question, so let me try to re-word it.

    When I install a second hard drive, how do I specify that certain sites get placed on that hard drive instead of the first drive. For instance, cpanel uses a /home and /home2 method where the drive with the most free space is automatically chosen.
     
  4. maxrisc

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    And I will say it again...that's an OPERATING SYSTEM problem.

    You need to use logical volume manager to extend the disk as a partition across both drives.

    Plesk does not care what is where. Linux tells Plesk what is where.
     
  5. nerbonne

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    Ok, since your so knowledgeable, why don't you give us a quick step by step on how to do it...
     
  6. maxrisc

    maxrisc Guest

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    I don't work for Plesk.

    Are you hiring me?
     
  7. nerbonne

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    You're an idiot. Do you know what forum's are for?
     
  8. maxrisc

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    I may be an idiot but I don't have the lack of administration skills now do I?

    Go read Linux LVM and learn something.
     
  9. maxrisc

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    You've spent more time being pissed off at me than it actually takes to Google the answer for yourself.

    In case you are still being lazy...

    http://www.linux.com/feature/118645
     
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