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Rodrigo0461 wrote:Actually you have <b>one</b> disk with two (or more) partitions. Run this command and put the output here and we'll see how easy it will be to increase the size:
I have two disk c1t0d0s0 / c1t0d0s7
As I understand, you want to increase the size of the root partition (where you installed Solaris) which resides in c1t0d0s0. I think it can be done using Concatenations from Solaris Volume Manager (SVM).
I have tried it in non root partition like /export/home and it is very easy.
metainit -f d0 2 1 c1t0d0s7 1 c2t0d0s7 //this will create volume d0 as a concatenation
growfs -M /export/home /dev/md/rdsk/d0 //this will grow the /export/home partition