Need some help - changing /home to root, or mount it on / (CentOS 6.6 + Virtualmin)
Setting up a new VPS with Hyper-V, and I see that CentOS is doing it some other way that I'm used to with KVM servers.
Normally I get all the space on the disk on the "main disk/partition". But with this installation, it has created a small /home with only 7 GB free diskspace, and the rest of the 60 GB disk is on /, there I can't use it with Virtualmin (maybe there is a setting, but I have not found it.
/etc/fstab file looks like this:
[[email protected] ~]# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/vg_vpsxxxx-lv_root 50G 1.8G 45G 4% / tmpfs 935M 0 935M 0% /dev/shm /dev/sda1 477M 48M 405M 11% /boot /dev/mapper/vg_vpsxxxx-lv_home 7.4G 18M 7.0G 1% /home [[email protected] ~]#
When I install Virtualmin, it's sees the disk space on / + /home
But when I upload my backup files, all the files goes to /home, and after 7 GB it's full.
How can I get the /home to get more disk space or get the /home directly on / so Virtualmin (Apache) is using all disk space I have to my websites?
Or do I have to do a new installation to get this right?
The strange thing is that I made three CentOS 6.6 64bit Virtual Machines on the same Hyper-V server, and this is the only one with this issue.
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