View of a partition
The node for the individual partitions provides access to all its parameters and values.
The table of a partition displays the following information on the selected object:
The name of the defined partition.
The unique physical partition number on the disk the currently selected entry belongs to, 1 is the first partition, 2 the second, and so on.
This field is a free text field and can contain some descriptive text or necessary information about the object.
This parameter is of interest if the defined disk partitions do not completely use up the available disk space. Possible values are Yes , extend partition, in this case the size fixed for the disk will be ignored and the remaining disk space will be added to the respective partition. If you select No , do not extend the partition, the remaining disk space cannot be used. Only one partition per disk can be extended. As FAT-32 disks cannot be larger than 32 GB, extending it over this limit will generate an error.
This parameter indicates the format of the partition, possible values being NTFS , FAT-32 or Do Not Format , if the disk is not to be formatted but to use the current configuration, such as to keep another partition type for Linux or to keep partitions with existing data.
The unique name of the partition, for example, SYSTEM, DATA or BACKUP ).
The logical drive letter from C to Z assigned to the drive, each letter can only be assigned once.
This value displays the total size of the respective disk partition in GB. FAT-32 disks cannot be larger than 32 GB. The specified size is adjusted to the cylinder snap and can therefore be somewhat smaller or larger than the defined value.
This parameter defines if a partition is active, that is, if it is potentially bootable. This partition must be used to install the operating system on, which is to be booted. Only one partition can be active per disk.
This parameter defines the type of the partition, that is, if it is a primary, extended or logical partition.
This parameter specifies the order in which the partitions will be modified, if there is more than one partition, 1 indicating the first partition, and so on.
The date and time the currently selected partition was created for the first time.
Last Modification Date
The date and time in the user specified format at which the last modification occurred to the selected object.
This free text field can contain more information about the selected object.
For more information about operations on partitions, see Partition operations.