Wich directory is on the second Hard Disk in redhat enterprise 5 (CENTOS5)

Posted on 2007-07-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
Which directory is on the second Hard Disk,         I have 2 hardisk in redhat5  i also have webmin
Question by:teera
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    It all depends on how it was setup.

    if you type the command        mount        at the command line you will see a listing of what is mounted where.

    You are likely to be looking for /dev/hdb or /dev/sdb - see what that is pointed to.

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    Also, if you didn't setup/configure it, it is possibile that you currently have no directory pointing to the second HD. You can use fdisk /dev/<hd device> to see how it has been partitioned and file /etc/fstab to configure mounted directories
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    Or, if using defaults, it could be part of the VolumeGroup (usually VolGroup00 on RH) and be used in concatenation with the first disk.
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    Show us the output of

    df -h
    fdisk -l
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