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Re: [vox-tech] first shot with parted

Quoting Peter Jay Salzman (p@dirac.org):

> when i first installed debian, i was still kind of new-ish to the
> partitioning thing and made /var much too small:

That's when having an LNX-BBC disk, ssh, and rsync handy -- along 
with another nearby host for in-transit file storage -- come in 
handy.  That lets you copy filesystems over to the other host, 
blow away the old filesystems, make new ones of the desired size,
and then rsync the files back.

Works for me<tm>.  For most filesystems, you don't even need the

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