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2007 Nov 29
Hi, There is a difference between the help of lvresize and its man page. In the manpage, there is nothing about the -r or --resizefs function. Centos4. [root at serv01 ~]# lvresize Please specify either size or extents (not both) lvresize: Resize a logical volume lvresize [-A|--autobackup y|n] [--alloc AllocationPolicy] [-d|--debug] [-h|--help] [-i|--stripes Stripes [-I|--st...
2013 Aug 06
file system resizing with cloud-init on centos/redhat??
Hi, Has any one used resizefs module with cloud-init on centos/redhat before? How to call it with #cloud-config user data, do I need to give it any parameters? I googled cloud-init, but it is pretty difficult to find a manual/book on this, and mostly they are Ubuntu based. If possible, I'd like to use a same image/AMI to...
2011 Apr 28
Expanding a virtual block device
Hi list. I''m running Xen 4.0.1 on Debian. I''m trying to live resize a block device : - I have a arbitrary block device in my dom0 (/dev/mapper/vm-vol42). - I start a PV domain with that device as a disk (disk = [''phy:/dev/mapper/vm-vol42,xvda,w'']). - I resize vm-vol42 in the dom0 (adding size only) - the dom0 sees the device''s new size. -
2011 Jun 24
How long should resize2fs take?
Hullo! First mail, sorry if this is the wrong place for this kind of question. I realise this is a "piece of string" type question. tl;dr version: I have a resizefs shrinking an ext4 filesystem from ~4TB to ~3TB and it's been running for ~2 days. Is this normal? Strace shows lots of:- lseek(3, 42978250752, SEEK_SET) = 42978250752 read(3, "\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0"..., 4096) = 4096 lseek(3, 467507...
2014 Aug 26
Dual boot with Windows 8.1, UEFI
...revious occasions - get into the BIOS, change the boot order, boot a CentOS 6 installation CD as used on my desktop, go into rescue mode and look at the partitions. Normally I'd use fdisk, but that says it doesn't understand GPT and I should use parted. There's 5 partitions, so I use resizefs to shrink the main NTFS data partition, then delete the partition and recreate it shorter at the same start location. Then reboot the CD into install mode, create a Linux partition in the free space, and install CentOS, which adds a choice of "Other" in grub.conf to boot Windows. Th...
2010 May 26
Hi, I added additional storage to my domU using xm block-attach and tap:aio. Then increased my root device (using vgextend, lvextend and resizefs) which is / or /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00. Everything worked fine util I did "xm save domid test1.img" This stopped my domU. And now when I run: xm create domU -c , I am seeing -- Scanning logical volumes Reading all physical volumes. This may take a while... Couldn''...
2014 Aug 15
Centos7 - remove /home and expand / after install?
I did a default install and after installing some other things I realized that a lot of space was allocated to /home as an lvm that is never going to be used. Is it possible to remove the lvm and grow the root (xfs) filesystem without starting over? -- Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
2011 Sep 19
LVM lvresize/lvextend requires some space in /etc to grow a logical volume?
Side note: In CentOS-6, I noticed a new option in lvresize / lvextend: -r, --resizefs Resize underlying filesystem together with the logical volume using fsadm(8). Nice. Two steps (lvresize and resize2fs) can now be combined into one! Works great. But that has nothing to do with my question, just thought I'd share the discovery. == Anyway, here...
2012 Jun 15
Resizing est4 filesystem while mounted
Greetings - I had a logical volume that was running out of space on a virtual machine. I successfully expanded the LV using lvextend, and lvdisplay shows that it has been expanded. Then I went to expand the filesystem to fill the new space (# resize2fs -p /dev/vde1) and I get the results that the filesystem is already xx blocks long, nothing to do. If I do a # df -h, I can see that the
2008 Nov 20
lenny amd64 and xen.
I''ve installed debian lenny amd64, it is frozen now. I''ve install kernel for xen support but it doesn''t start. It says "you need to load kernel first" but I''ve installed all the packages concerning xen, also packages related to the kernel. Perhaps lenny doesn''t support xen anymore? Any solution?