I am just wondering how do you go about resizing a partition on linux. In the attached image you can see that /dev/sda2 has a size of 3.2G and /dev/sda3 has a size of 69G, when I start trying to extract some iso files into a folder as part of another setup I am running out of space. To that end, is it possible to reduce /dev/sda3's space and give some of it to /dev/sda2?
It will be simpler to just create a soft link in the partition where want to install the application, to a folder on sda3
ln -s /var/ovs/mount/8C74A7Bsomething/application
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