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Write the process of expanding a XFX filesystem. Assume that /home and root(/) partition both have 50 GB space each. You need to make root partition 90 GB by shrinking /home partition to 10 GB.


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Hi there,

According to the official RedHat documentation here, in order to increase the size of an XFS file system, you could use the following command:

xfs_growfs /mount/point -D size

The -D size option grows the file system to the specified size (expressed in file system blocks). Without the -D size option, xfs_growfs will grow the file system to the maximum size supported by the device.

Regards, Bobby

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