see the partition

partx -l /dev/sdX
Viewing kernel partition info.
Sample Output
[root@box ~]# partx -l /dev/sda
# 1:      2048-  1026047 (  1024000 sectors,    524 MB)
# 2:   1026048- 33554431 ( 32528384 sectors,  16654 MB)
# 3:  33554432- 52420094 ( 18865663 sectors,   9659 MB)
# 4:  52420095-125821079 ( 73400985 sectors,  37581 MB)
# 5:  52420158-125821079 ( 73400922 sectors,  37581 MB)

By: trmpet1
2014-02-16 13:41:23

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  • see the partition Show Sample Output

    fdisk -l
    ene2002 · 2014-02-16 12:54:38 0

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