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How do I move the User Directories to a differnet partition and link the old partition to the new one?   Or do I have to do that?   What I have to do is move the existing User Home directories to a larger partition. This includes FTP, HTTP, and all the network users?
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Copy your home directorys to your new partition. delete all home data of you old partition. Create an empty directory /home. Edit the fstab file in the etc directory
/dev/hdc1       /home                     ext2            defaults   1   1

Where /dev/hdc1 is the name of your new partition
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copy (cp) usually did not work across partitions, I suggest using tar or cpio
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mv doesn't work over partition. Copy should general work. But tar is better you are right.
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right, I was hitting the submit button to fast ;-( we are in a linux topic here, not UNIX)
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