Topic: GParted quit unexpectedly during Resize

So, I was resizing the main partition on my laptop's HDD, and GParted quit unexpectedly. I'm running Linux ParrotOS on a HP Omen 15-dc0051nr. I wasn't actively watching the program, and didn't notice it had quit until I looked at my screen and noticed the drive had mounted without input from myself. All very strange. But, now I'm afraid to do anything because I have about 500gb of files on the drive and I don't want to cause any damage. Please advise. This is my first time using the program, and I'm fairly new to Linux as well. Thanks for the help.


Re: GParted quit unexpectedly during Resize

Please provide the output from the following to report your disk layout.  Replace sda with the name of the drive in question.

sudo parted /dev/sda unit s print
sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda
sudo gdisk -l /dev/sda
sudo lsblk -o name,maj:min,rm,size,ro,type,fstype,label,mountpoint

Also what action were you performing?
* Which partition was being resize?
* Approximately what was the size before and after?
* Growing or shrinking (just moving the right hand size of the partition)?
* or moving and optionally resizing (moving the left hand size of the partition)?