Coda File System

Re: newbie question 4

From: Steffen Neumann <sneumann_at_TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
Date: 14 May 2001 10:45:32 +0200
"tin" <> writes:
> when rootvolume full, how to add a new hard drive mount more space for store
> my data file

RAID (and logical volume manager LVM) 
has a mode where you can add storage to a "device".
Hop you don't mean that ;-)

What you can do in coda is to add 

	/coda/partition n

with 1.6 GB each (in your configuration)

You do something like
	createvol_rep E0000100 /vicepb
	(as root, you need write-access to /vice/*)
	cfs mkmount /coda/homes/sneumann coda.sneumann
	(No need to mkdir /coda/homes/sneumann beforehand,
	 make sure you have an admin-capable clog token)

Look for these things in the documentation.


> look like this sda2 ,sda3 ,sda5
>  hda2 RootandUser File System / 650MB Yes
>       hda5 Var file system /var 100MB Yes
>       hda3 Vice File System /vice 300MB Yes
>       hdc1 RVM Log Not 12MB No
>       sda1 RVM Data Not 130MB No
>       sda2 Coda FS Data0 /vicepa 1.6GB Yes
>       sda3 Coda FS Data1 /vicepb 1.6GB Yes
>       sda5 Coda FS Data2 /vicepc 1.6GB Yes
> thank you
> tin
Received on 2001-05-14 04:45:59