Scan.co.uk are shit 07 Oct 03

I had another bad day today. I need to return all the hardware to www.scan.co.uk, which means moving various bits and bobs around and restructuring my file system to make as much space as possible. The following was my file system before I started playing with it.
harry]#df -m
Filesystem 1M-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hdc2 3938 961 2777 26% /
/dev/hdc1 30 9 20 30% /boot
/dev/sda1 3937 3006 731 81% /home
none 505 0 504 0% /dev/shm
/dev/hdc7 1969 33 1836 2% /tmp
/dev/hdc3 3938 2177 1561 59% /usr
/dev/hdc5 3938 3108 630 84% /opt/links/hdc5
/dev/hdb1 9628 6955 2184 77% /opt/oracle
/dev/hdb2 9605 4884 4233 54% /opt/oracle/oradata/ide12
/dev/sda2 3937 1019 2719 28% /opt/oracle/oradata/scsi02
/dev/sda5 9365 8625 272 97% /opt/oracle/oradata/scsi03
/dev/hde1 156319 33 148470 1% /opt/oracle/oradata/hde1
After a bit of moving around and shifting of file systems I managed to get it into the following order. It is not ideal yet, but it gets the robots started again.
[root@cpc3-lutn1-6-0-cust26 root]# df -m
Filesystem 1M-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hdc2 3938 2567 1170 69% /
/dev/hdc1 30 9 20 30% /boot
none 505 0 504 0% /dev/shm
/dev/hdc3 3938 2177 1561 59% /usr
/dev/hdc5 8439 33 7985 1% /links/pg_xlog
/dev/hdb1 9628 4222 4917 47% /links/tables
/dev/hdb2 9605 752 8365 9% /links/temp
/dev/sda5 17364 10500 5996 64% /links/database
I now have a few extra Gb for the database that I did not have before. Something that was causing me some concern was what to do if I ever had to restore a backup. I had to make sure that I had a single contiguous file system that would contain the whole database. This is the reason I made the SCSI disk into a single file system.
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