I have two partitions, one is about 1.8TB (home) and the other is 20GB (root). I want this to be the other way round, 1.8TB (root) and 20GB (home). I've been reading for some time, but am struggling to find a solution.
I am told I cannot use:
sudo fdisk -l
as I am using GUID Partition Table.
Running parted, I get the following for 'print devices':
/dev/sda (2000GB) /dev/sdb (2000GB) /dev/md2 (21.0GB) /dev/md3 (1979GB)
I know little of filesystems, but I believe the 1st two are seperate 2Tb hard drives, and the md2 and md3 are my root and home partitions.
Is there any way I can shrink /dev/md3 to 21GB and grow /dev/md2 to 1979GB via SSH?