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Disc Managment Command Line Help

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by Paul Patrick Dale, May 5, 2016.

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    Hello,

    I have two new 120-gig drives on our VPS which are presently undefined. I need to move /home to one, and home/xxxxx/public_html to another. My understanding is that this can be done through the system console. I have looked at command line guides at askubuntu.com, but am unclear.

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    Can someone assist me in the correct command lines I need to use to accomplish this task?

    Thanks!
    Paul
     
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    Hello,

    This is a system administration task that's not a feature of cPanel/WHM. You mentioned this is a VPS. Do you have a VPS through a VPS hosting provider? If so, your provider might be able to adjust the space for you, depending on the environment. Otherwise, you should consult with the documentation of the virtualization software you are using to determine how to best add the space.

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    cPanelMichael,

    Yes, I have VPS hosting provider. They refused to perform the task themselves. They directed me to a post here, and this guide is on their site, but I am not certain it will work for my purposes. (Would it?) That first link is what their support directed me to which shows a forum thread on command lines to use in the system console which is accessed through the cPanel.

    If, after explaining above, this subject is still not suited for this thread, would you be able to direct me to a helpful guide?

    My further poking around has me thinking that what I am looking for are basic SSH commands. ???

    Thanks,
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    I suggest following up with their support team regarding this option, as it appears to be the best way to add the additional space based on their platform.

    Thank you.
     
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