Unsolved How increase her storage ?
Virtualization VM : Proxmox (V7.4.3)
VM FOG : Debian
I need your help.
I want to increase my vhdx (sdb1) which currently has a size of 160Go
what are the commands to apply for that fog to detect the new capacity
Thank you in advance for your return
@ITRecords Please run the following commands and post output here:
df -h mount lsblk pvs vgs lvs
If you are keen read through this and go about it: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/16729/ubuntu-help-boot-problem-n00b/
Though I suggest you make sure you have a backup beforehand. And in case you are unsure better ask.
Thanks for the response.
here is the result :
@ITRecords Just so I get this right. From your initial post it sounds like you have increased the size already. Right? What was the size beforehand?
fdisk -l /dev/sdband post output here. First I was misslead to think this was setup as LVM but it’s a normal type partition by the looks of it.
Be aware that size calculations vary. Some multiply by 1000 others by 1024 and that causes some difference as well.
for the capacity of my disk (sdb1) this one had been add during the preparation of my VM
I want to expand this disk so FOG can see the new storage capacity
See the result
@ITRecords Have been pretty busy with other things and forgot about this topic. Whoops.
Ok, so we have a plain disk drive here (sure virtual disk but no LVM or fake-RAID) which makes it pretty easy.
- Make sure there is no FOG task (deploy or capture) running!
- Stop NFS daemon:
systemctl stop nfs-kernel-server
- Unmount the partition:
- Install an easy tool for expanding the patition:
apt install cloud-guest-utils
- Test expanding the partition:
growpart -N -v /dev/sdb 1(note the space before the partition number)
- Expand partition:
growpart -v /dev/sdb 1(note the space before the partition number)
- Expand filesystem in partition:
resize2fs /dev/sdb1(no space before partition number)
- Mount partition:
mount /dev/sdb1 /images
- Start NFS:
systemctl start nfs-kernel-server
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