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Is current user in your group "users" ? Try groups command. If its not, than use sudo adduser USER-NAME users and then reload your session. Isn't /media/data1/test file already there (owned by someone else)? Try ll /media/data1/test. Are those partitions mounted without any restrictions? Try mount|grep /media/data command. Mind to share outputs of these? ...


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While it would be impossible to give a fixed percentage of space you should keep empty, following points may help you to find a range. Also note that most factors depend upon the net condition of drive, rather than the partitions. Fragmentation Linux Fragments very less, so this should be a very vague issue. Performance. Again, there would be very less an ...


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Depending on your use case (and budget) you should use the following % and absolute values (whichever is largest) for DATA HDDs. (SSDs are a totally different kind of animal, as are system partitions) 5% Don't go lower then this as Linux will start fragmenting The largest file on your disk. 10% for machines that need high performance but where the budget ...


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When you make logical partitions, they require one of your primary partition slots to be used as the base for the extended volume. In this case, /dev/sda3 is the base for extended volumes, but /dev/sda5 is the only logical partition in there, and is using up the whole of /dev/sda3's storage. Hope that helps! EDIT: The first answer on this question should ...


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First thing to look at, Disk /dev/vdc doesn't contain a valid partition table So you probably still need to make a partition with the help of fdisk. Please see check the following article on how to do so. It explains it, step-by-step. how to use fdisk to manage partitions on linux (howtogeek.com) It uses /dev/sda as the partition in the examples, just ...



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