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Have 2 300GB hard drives with Redhat 5 machine.  Only 25GB showing up in partition.  How do I mount the rest of the drive, and the other drive?
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`fdisk -l` to display all partitions
if the partitions are there but unmounted then edit your /etc/fstab ( man fstab )
if they are not there, create them ( man fdisk ), create a filesystem on the partition ( man mkfs )  and add them to fstab (man fstab )
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