I have a server that has been running for over a year that I would like to see about getting volumes set up correctly on it. I had no idea when installing it how to do it correctly and was under a huge time crunch so I got it up and going, but everything is loaded on sys when I look at it as a server seen on the network. when I go under YAST and EXPERT PASRTITIONER, I have:
device size type Mount
/dev/cciss/c0d0 205GB CCISS disk0/0
/dev/cciss/codop1 1.0GB LINUXSWAP swap
/dev/cciss/c0d0p2 100GB Linux Native /
/dev/cciss/c0d0p3 103.9GB Linux Native /Home

Now when I first did this, like I said, I had no idea what I was doing. Everything loads onto sys from the network side (applications, homedirectories, printers, etc). I do not know which partition sys volume is contained on. If it is on c0dop1 which is mounted as /, can I delete c0d0p3 /home and then recreate it as EVMS and then be able to use it as vol1 and move everything onto it. Also, after doing that, can I resize / (if it is indeed sys) down to say 40GB and reclainm the other space for another volumes???

Thanks, David