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CFDISK(8)                    System Administration                   CFDISK(8)

       cfdisk - display or manipulate a disk partition table

       cfdisk [options] [device]

       cfdisk  is  a  curses/slang-based  program  for  partitioning any block
       device.  The default device is /dev/sda.

       Note that cfdisk provides basic partitioning functionality with a user-
       friendly  interface.   If  you  need  advanced  features,  use fdisk(8)

       Since version 2.25 cfdisk supports MBR (DOS), GPT,  SUN  and  SGI  disk
       labels,  but  no  longer  provides any functionality for CHS (Cylinder-
       Head-Sector) addressing.  CHS has never been important for  Linux,  and
       this addressing concept does not make any sense for new devices.

       Since  version  2.25 cfdisk also does not provide a 'print' command any
       more.  This functionality is provided by  the  utilities  partx(8)  and
       lsblk(8) in a very comfortable and rich way.

       If  you  want  to  remove  an  old  partition  table from a device, use

       -h, --help
              Display help text and exit.

       -L, --color[=when]
              Colorize the output; enabled by default.  The optional  argument
              when  can  be  auto,  never  or always.  If the when argument is
              omitted, it defaults to auto.

       -V, --version
              Display version information and exit.

       -z, --zero
              Start with an in-memory zeroed  partition  table.   This  option
              does not zero the partition table on the disk; rather, it simply
              starts the program without reading the existing partition table.

       The commands for cfdisk can be entered by  pressing  the  corresponding
       key  (pressing  Enter  after  the command is not necessary).  Here is a
       list of the available commands:

       b      Toggle the bootable flag of the current partition.  This  allows
              you  to select which primary partition is bootable on the drive.
              This command may not be available for all partition label types.

       d      Delete the current partition.  This  will  convert  the  current
              partition into free space and merge it with any free space imme-
              diately surrounding the current partition.  A partition  already
              marked as free space or marked as unusable cannot be deleted.

       h      Show the help screen.

       n      Create a new partition from free space.  cfdisk then prompts you
              for the size of the partition you want to create.   The  default
              size  is equal to the entire available free space at the current

              The size  may  be  followed  by  a  multiplicative  suffix:  KiB
              (=1024), MiB (=1024*1024), and so on for GiB, TiB, PiB, EiB, ZiB
              and YiB (the "iB" is optional, e.g. "K" has the same meaning  as

       q      Quit  the  program.   This will exit the program without writing
              any data to the disk.

       t      Change the partition type.  By default, new partitions are  cre-
              ated as Linux partitions.

       W      Write  the  partition table to disk (you must enter an uppercase
              W).  Since this might destroy data on the disk, you must  either
              confirm  or  deny  the  write by entering `yes' or `no'.  If you
              enter `yes', cfdisk will write the partition table to  disk  and
              then  tell  the  kernel  to re-read the partition table from the

              The re-reading of the partition table does not always work.   In
              such  a  case you need to inform the kernel about any new parti-
              tions by using partprobe(8) or partx(8),  or  by  rebooting  the

       Up Arrow, Down Arrow
              Move the cursor to the previous or next partition.  If there are
              more partitions than can be displayed on a screen, you can  dis-
              play  the  next (previous) set of partitions by moving down (up)
              at the last (first) partition displayed on the screen.

       All commands can be entered with either uppercase or lowercase  letters
       (except  for  Write).   When in a submenu or at a prompt for entering a
       size, you can hit the ESC key to return to the main menu.

       Implicit coloring can be disabled by creating the empty file  /etc/ter-

       See terminal-colors.d(5) for more details about colorization configura-

       cfdisk does not support color customization with a color-scheme file.

       fdisk(8), sfdisk(8), parted(8), partprobe(8), partx(8)

       Karel Zak <>

       The current cfdisk implementation is based on the original cfdisk  from
       Kevin E. Martin (

       The  cfdisk  command is part of the util-linux package and is available

util-linux                        March 2014                         CFDISK(8)

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