For early.6 kernels, this was.4.
Units: sectors of bytes.
P to show partition table.It should still be adequate, though, if managed properly.That's more than enough for Ubuntu and just about any software you might reasonably install, so if it is the source of the error message, that suggests that user data is to blame.Expand the scsi device by 1GB on VM sphere centre or AWS, etc, so /dev/sda gets an additional 1GB of space.However, if you have a partition after the boot partition, it could not be resized unless you move or resize the other partitions, but most of the times, the resize procedure is easy and efective.Ubuntu will require partprobe to update the partition table.Be careful!, make a backup of your data before proceed, a bad move can cause a potential data loss.Your encrypted (presumably root or partition is almost 149GiB in size.Mount /boot df -k should see /boot is 1GB now, but you need to make it the default boot device.Partition Table: msdos, disk Flags: Number Start End Size Type File system Flags 1 1049kB.6GB.6GB primary fat32 boot, lba sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda, disk /dev/sda: 238.5 GiB, bytes, sectors.Your free 69MiB should be enough to hold a new kernel, but I've seen some other reports recently of people running into "insufficient disk space" messages when trying to upgrade with similar amounts of free space, so it could be your culprit.
Reboot, after you've been online for sometime, if you feel you want to utilize the 200MB of /dev/sda1, just recreate /dev/sda1 and put into any VG you want.
The process can take a lot of time to complete if your partitions are big.
While the partition was happening my pc shut down and the partition i was trying to increase the size kalender 2013 dan cuti umum malaysia got corrupted.You will see /dev/sda1 is the default boot device.Use the a command in fdisk to disable /dev/sda1 as default boot device and again to enable /dev/sda3 as default boot device.If you don't do any of these things, it's probably going to be sufficient.Disklabel type: gpt, disk identifier: device Start End Sectors Size Type /dev/sda M EFI System /dev/sda M Microsoft reserved /dev/sda.4G Microsoft basic data /dev/sda G EFI System /dev/sda M Windows recovery environment /dev/sda.9G Windows recovery environment /dev/sda.6G Linux swap /dev/sda.6G Linux filesystem).See here and here for a couple of questions and answers about locating where your disk space is being used.To run gparted from the live usb, if it is not installed, install it by: sudo apt-get install gparted, for more information look at: Gparted Manual: Resize partition.Save the partition table.By "boot disk do you mean the main system (root or partition or the /boot partition?Sector size (logical/physical 512 bytes / 4096 bytes.