Can I create a new partition my hard drive after installing Ubuntu?

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I recently installed Ubuntu on a new hard drive. I did not perform any partitions during installation. After the installation and upgrade, I tried to partition the drive in which ubuntu was installed.

Partition: /dev/sda2

File System: ext4

Mount Point:/

I am not able to create another partition from this one. Is it possible to do it or should I have to live with one BIG partition????

The option to resize this partition is greyed out.

What happens if I try to unmount this partition???

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