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The disk size, partitions and other information about the disk should be listed on the right side. Using GParted App: If you don’t like the command line, then you can also use the GParted Partition Editor app to list all the attached disks on your computer. GParted is not installed by default on Ubuntu.

Disk Utility User Guide

  • If your Mac still refuses to boot off your USB stick you may find it easier to boot and install off an Ubuntu DVD instead. See our How to burn a DVD on macOS for further details. Alternatively, if you feel confident using the macOS command line, see the community documentation on How to install Ubuntu on MacBook using USB Stick for a more.
  • Note: This page is written using a rather elderly 32-bit Mac Mini as a reference, and using Ubuntu 12.04 as a reference. Developments in the last year have rendered certain of the procedures on this page sub-optimal. I've tried to point these out, but I haven't fully researched better replacements, and I lack the modern hardware on which to test some of the better methods on.
  • Trouble Accessing Mac OS X Partition from Ubuntu 14.04. Ask Question Asked 5 years, 4 months ago. Active 5 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 6k times 2. I have a 1 TB hard drive in a Macbook Pro 6,2 (mid-2010) partitioned with 900 GB for Mac OS X and 100 GB for Ubuntu 14.04. I would like to be able to read the files off the HFS+ partition with OS X.

Partitioning a disk divides it into individual sections, each of which acts as a separate volume.

However, with APFS, you shouldn’t partition your disk in most cases. Instead, create multiple APFS volumes within a single partition. With the flexible space management provided by APFS, you can even install another version of macOS on an APFS volume.

Important: If you’re partitioning your internal physical disk because you want to install Windows, use Boot Camp Assistant instead. Do not use Disk Utility to remove a partition that was created using Boot Camp Assistant. Instead, use Boot Camp Assistant to remove the partition from your Mac.

Add a partition

Important: As a precaution, it’s best to back up your data before creating new partitions on your device.

  1. In the Disk Utility app on your Mac, select a volume in the sidebar, click the Partition button , then click Partition.

    Internal storage devices appear below the Internal section in the sidebar. External devices appear below the External section in the sidebar.

    When you select a volume that already has data on it, the pie chart shows a shaded area representing the amount of data on the volume and an unshaded area representing the amount of free space available for another volume. Disk Utility also shows whether the volume can be removed or resized.

    Note: If you see a small volume with an asterisk, the partition is smaller than can be represented at the correct scale in the chart.

  2. Click the Add button .

  3. Type a name for the volume in the Name field.

    For MS-DOS (FAT) and ExFAT volumes, the maximum length for the volume name is 11 characters.

  4. Click the Format pop-up menu, then choose a file system format.

  5. Enter the size or drag the resize control to increase or decrease the size of the volume.

  6. Click Apply, click Partition, then click Continue.

    Click Show Details to view the step-by-step process of creating a new volume.

  7. After the volumes are created, click Done.

After you partition a storage device, an icon for each volume appears in both the Disk Utility sidebar and the Finder sidebar.

Delete a partition

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WARNING: When you delete a volume or partition, all the data on it is erased. Be sure to back up your data before you begin.

  1. In the Disk Utility app on your Mac, select a volume in the sidebar, click the Partition button , then click Partition.

  2. In the pie chart, click the partition you want to delete, then click the Delete button .

    If the Delete button is dimmed, you can’t delete the selected partition.

  3. Click Apply, then click Partition.

  4. After the volume is deleted, click Done.

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Erase a partition

  1. In the Disk Utility app on your Mac, select the volume you want to erase in the sidebar.

  2. Click the Erase button , then click Erase.

    If the Erase button is dimmed, you can’t erase the selected volume.

  3. After the volume is erased, click Done.

Enlarge a partition on a storage device

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If you have multiple partitions on a device and one of them is running out of space, you may be able to enlarge it without losing any of the files on it.

To enlarge a volume, you must delete the volume that comes after it on the device, then move the end point of the volume you want to enlarge into the freed space. You can’t enlarge the last volume on a device.

WARNING: When you delete a volume or partition, all the data on it is erased. Be sure to back up your data before you begin.

  1. In the Disk Utility app on your Mac, select a volume in the sidebar, then click the Partition button .

  2. In the pie chart, select the partition you want to delete, then click the Delete button .

  3. Click Apply.

    The partition is removed, reformatted, and all free space is assigned to the previous partition.

  4. Click Done.

See alsoFile system formats available in Disk Utility on MacAdd, delete, or erase APFS volumes in Disk Utility on MacAbout Disk Utility on Mac