I recognize this answer has been provided multiple times, but I guess I need a little more help than what I have read thus far. I have a hardware RAID1 SSD set (AMD RAID) that I set up successfully on my ASUS (M4A785-M) motherboard. As per my previous post, I cloned my previous hard drive RAID1 set to the SSDs using Clonezilla. I had a few issues, but the migration was successful.
I just got a notification for an update to Ubuntu base. I tried the update but there was not enough space. I have deleted all older version and memtest and it still needs 697K more space. I have never had an issue before that couldn't be solved just by getting rid of older versions, but it appears more space is needed for this newer base version.
I tried to resize using a GParted startup disk, but have had no success. It appears that I cannot extend this partition. I thought I read somewhere that one could move the
/boot partition to an unallocated partition and use that as a the new boot partition. If that is the case, I would appreciate knowing exactly how to do that.
If that is not the case, I have two mirrored SSDs with a working Ubuntu operating system that cannot be upgraded.
Any advice on how I can resolve this problem without having to reinstall everything I have from scratch would be appreciated. I have included my GParted output. As you can see, I have plenty of unallocated space on the drive.