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Old 13th May 2012
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Default issue with /tmp .. resizing failed .. how to nuke it and create a new one ?

Hi !

/tmp issue was discussed

I was unable to resize /tmp with disklabel using c option (can't write label)
There was a good suggestion from Denta :
An easy fix would be to just nuke that partition, make a smaller /tmp and then a new partition for storage.
I'm not sure how to proceed .. for fear of messing up things & lose the big/full 500g disk , I hope you'll help me out.
Thanks you very much !
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