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    This is incredibly stupid, but...

    I was screwing around with my Touchpad and ended up running a WebOS Doctor on my 32 GB Touchpad twice, both times setting up a 2GB ext3 partition. In doing this, I think I created two separate ext3 partitions. I only have a total capacity of 25.5 GB on /media/internal now and I'm pretty sure it was larger than that before I started messing about.

    Is there a way I can check if I successfully made an ext3 partition, and if so, did I make more than one of them?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazirker View Post
    This is incredibly stupid, but...

    I was screwing around with my Touchpad and ended up running a WebOS Doctor on my 32 GB Touchpad twice, both times setting up a 2GB ext3 partition. In doing this, I think I created two separate ext3 partitions. I only have a total capacity of 25.5 GB on /media/internal now and I'm pretty sure it was larger than that before I started messing about.

    Is there a way I can check if I successfully made an ext3 partition, and if so, did I make more than one of them?

    Thanks!
    # df -kh
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    Yep, did it on my Pre and that looks like it'll work for my touchpad. I'll report later if it answered my question (and, more importantly, how many ext3 parititions I have!)
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    Sweet, only made one partition. Thanks guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterosok View Post
    # df -kh
    Sorry if I'm way off track here as I'm kind of new to webOS, but I'm thinking that df is only going to show mounted filesystems. If we are looking for all the logical volumes, then perhaps something like:

    # lvdisplay | less

    Or perhaps lvscan is enough:

    # lvscan
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/root' [568.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/var' [64.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/update' [16.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/log' [24.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/mojodb' [256.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/filecache' [136.00 MB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/media' [27.63 GB] inherit
    ACTIVE '/dev/store/swap' [400.00 MB] inherit
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    lvscan appears to be a more elegant way to answer my question (and yes, I still am showing only one ext3 partition.)

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