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    Can’t use partition

    Finally, I made it :) $ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on udev 933M 0 933M 0% /dev tmpfs 193M 2.6M 191M 2% /run /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-ubuntu--lv 3.9G 2.9G 851M 78% / tmpfs...
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    Can’t use partition

    Thanks haha.. Well.. I intend to use it as NAS. Just for storage. So I don't need lots of space on the partition where OS installed. I just want to seperate extra storage from sda3. Now using command $ parted /dev/sda or fdisk, I'm trying to resize it. Am I doing rightly? or should I...
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    Can’t use partition

    Well... I think I find out the problem. I thought I installed OS on sda2, but it seems it's on sda3 as you can see from the last photo I attached. That's why I can't format sda3 I guess.
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    Can’t use partition

    No.. can't find it anywhere [email protected]_server:/home/my_nas# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on udev 933M 0 933M 0% /dev tmpfs 193M 2.6M 191M 2% /run...
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    Can’t use partition

    Thanks for kind help. I tried $ mkfs.ext4 /dev/sda3, but it says /dev/sda3 is apparently in use by the system; will not make a filesystem here! I read it's because sda has swap partition. So I deleted a line about swap partition on /etc/fstab. After rebooting, it didn't help at all. Still...
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    Can’t use partition

    Hi I installed Ubuntu server 18.04 on 500GB hdd. There are 3 partitions on this disk. Seems like I’m on sda2 right now, where OS is installed. I have no idea how to get to sda3 to use all that left storage. $ df -h shows only sda2 as well. I tried $ sudo mount /dev/sda3 /hdd And it...
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