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The resizepart command line tool is a utility used for resizing partitions on a Linux system. It is primarily used in the context of disk management and partition resizing operations. The tool allows users to adjust the size of a partition on their system, either increasing or decreasing its size based on their requirements. It operates by modifying the partition table, enabling users to resize the partition without losing any data. The resizepart command works on various partition table formats, including GPT (GUID Partition Table) and MBR (Master Boot Record). It is typically used in combination with other disk management tools like parted or fdisk. The resizepart tool requires administrative privileges to execute, as it involves modifying critical system data.

List of commands for resizepart:

  • parted:tldr:b3977 parted: Resize a partition in interactive mode.
    $ resizepart ${-dev-sdXN} ${end_position_of_partition}
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