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How to add a new partition on onew sda

asked 2018-04-25 14:12:34 -0600

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Sda was formatted but it was made for the one part only. Other part of sda is fully empty. Is possible to add a new partition without formatting all sda disk ? Will be saved first sda1 if to use the command fdsk sda for creation second sda2?

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answered 2018-04-25 14:47:20 -0600

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Welcome to ask.fedora. Yes, you can add another partition without blowing away what you have, but you're probably better off using GParted instead. This not only gives you a GUI, it also has a few safety features built in to help you avoid accidents. Even so, I'd suggest that you make a backup of any files you wouldn't want lost, Just In Case.

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answered 2018-04-29 11:25:03 -0600

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Add it to /etc/fstab

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Remember, though, that /run is only in memory and won't survive a reboot. You'll have to create a nonvolatile mountpoint to make this work.

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answered 2018-04-29 10:18:22 -0600

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Thanks, it appeared! Now it is here /dev/sda3 on /run/media/seismo/5cddb1f3-c143-46c4-8731-0724d3b7b56c. How to add it in stable mounting in boot process? I mean without mount by hands after booting.

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