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From: Jeff Liebermann <jeffl@comix.santa-cruz.ca.us>
Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
Subject: Re: HELP......How do you rename a filesystem?
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2000 08:34:57 -0700
Message-ID: <13p6tsc5o376fvug22iabcv8sev2jg86cg@4ax.com> 
References: <970064746.26364.0.nnrp-13.d4f08801@news.demon.co.uk>
<NivA5.10363$Ga2.105224@news-west.usenetserver.com> On Wed, 27 Sep 2000 23:22:21 GMT, spcecdt@deeptht.armory.com. (John DuBois) wrote: >fsname and labelit manage filesystem labels only. They don't rename >filesystems in the sense that an admin will almost always mean. For their >purposes, the filesystem name is actually the division name, which divvy will >indeed change. You can manually do the same thing that divvy currently does: > >mv /dev/<old-division-name> /dev/<new-division-name> >mv /dev/r<old-division-name> /dev/r<new-division-name>

Got it.  Also, one needs to hack:
and possibly rename the mount point directory name.

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