Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of extend-logical-volume


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Apr 4, 2012, 1:40:43 PM (7 years ago)
Author:
Ross
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    92 You may be asked to run e2fsck when running the above command.  If so run:
     92You may be asked to run e2fsck when running the above command.  If so try to umount the file system:
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     95# umount /home
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     98Some file systems will be too busy to umount (for example, /var will likely not umount) and your only recourse will be to fsck (see Step Uh Oh).
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    100106Then rerun resize2fs command.  If it succeeds, you should have extended the logical volume.  Repeat Step One and make sure everything looks correct.
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    102  == Something's not Right ==
     108 == Step Uh Oh ==
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    104 If you have done all of the above and the file system seems to be acting in an unusual manner.  You may need to run fsck to fix the file system.  The easiest way to accomplish this is to restart the guest with a -F option. 
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    106 '''NOTE:''' This is the desperate response approach.
     110If you were asked to run e2fsck and you cannot umount the file system or if you have done all of the above and the file system seems to be acting in an unusual manner.  You may need to run fsck to fix the file system.  The easiest way to accomplish this is to restart the guest with a -F option. 
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