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Old 30th January 2012
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Originally Posted by IdOp View Post
I'm not quite sure I'm following this.
I'm not surprised.
By "(move)" are you referring to "remove" in the error message?
No. I wanted to "push" them 127 sectors right, since they (more exactly - the first of them) were invading the NetBSD slice's space. And they realy did, disklabel didn't complain without reason - I've studied the "sfdisk -l -uS" output and it was that. Well, rather then "moved" they should have been resized, in two steps: first reduced at the begining and then expanded at the other side (and it was more simple to delete them and create again, from the correct starting point). However, it's done.

To clarify: are these in the 40GB of free space? Or somewhere else (you mentioned using another disk)?
Yes, I do. But, I don't want to use all that space. So, I wanted to delimit the space where I can expand the slice into. (And I did want the second ext2 partition, anyway.) Yes, I know it's completely unnecessary, but, it gives to me some sort of guidance.
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