Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of extend-disk-on-kvm-guest


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Mar 25, 2012, 5:12:49 AM (8 years ago)
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Stefan Freudenberg
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    14 There's no need to allocate more space from the host, since chavez already has 57GB free.
     14There's no need to allocate more space from the host, since chavez already has 57GB free. Continue with step 2.
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    1616Here's an example of a host without any available disk space:
     
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    2525mandela has no available disk space, so additional space must be allocated from the host, ken.
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     27== Step 1: Allocate space to the volume group from the host ==
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    2729Our KVM guests are each allocated a single logical volume from the KVM host's volume group (typically named after the host).
     
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    48 The, add more space:
     50Then, add more space:
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    110112And now your volume group should show additional free space.
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     114== Step 2: Assign free space from the volume group to logical volumes on the guest ==
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    112116The next step would be to assign the free space from the VG to the LV. That's what lvextend does. For example (size in GB is the new size you want):
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