[Novalug] Filename handling: correctness vs. convenience has a nice post from Michael Henry on Filename handling.
I had been using quite different set of tools to this but this is really good. Just install the gnome-disk-manager with
sudo yum install gnome-disk-manager
The interface is very clean and easy to understand and is it very very fast when compared to the other Graphical utilities.
Here are some screenshots to take you through.
Select the unallocated space to create a new partition, enter the size and type and press create to create a new partition. Cant get any simpler than this.
Supports even Ext4 filesystem.
Mussh is a shell script that allows you to execute a command or script over ssh on multiple hosts with one command. When possible mussh will use ssh-agent and RSA/DSA keys to minimize the need to enter your password more than once.
It is a utility for system administrators maintaining more than one hosts. The utility will help the admin to execute the same command on multiple hosts with a single command.
Here are few examples:
mussh -H ./linuxhosts -C spfiles/testscript.sh
mussh -c \”cat /etc/hosts\” -h myhost.mydomain.com
Usage: mussh [OPTIONS] <-h host.. | -H hostfile> [-c cmd] [-C scriptfile]
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