I am relatively new to FOG. I installed CentOS on a 1TB. I know that by default FOG only allows 10GB. However, my HDD has a lot of empty storage space. How can I resize or allocate more space to \image directory without adding additional HDD?
@Wayne-Workman thanks! solves the problem
@abu.raju said in Resize \image:
I know that by default FOG only allows 10GB.
That is not true, it’s how you laid out your OS that’s causing the limitations.
If you follow these instructions, you’ll be setup right - There’s even a video for the partitioning steps:
I think you might be confusing a few things.
It depends on how you set up your partitions, it sounds like you assigned 10gigaybtes to the root partition.
If so, you can change your image store location to say /home/fog/images instead.
sudo cp -Rf /images/* /home/fog/images/
sudo chown -R fog /images sudo chmod -R 755 /images sudo chmod -R 777 /images/dev
Then edit /opt/fog/.fogsettings and change storageLocation to /home/fog/images
Rerun the installer and it should fix everything else. If not, check /etc/fstab and Storage node location.