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Re: [linux-lvm] filesystem does not reflect new LV size



Actually, my question should have been about resize2fs because that's
what I have on my system.

--- Vladimir

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Vladimir G. Ivanovic                        http://leonora.org/~vladimir
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"VGI" == Vladimir G Ivanovic <vladimir acm org> writes:

  VGI> Joe Thornber writes: 

  >> Resizing is always done in two steps, these steps are done in a
  >> different order depending whether you are extending or reducing.
  >> 
  >> Extending:
  >> 
  >> i) Resize the LV (lvextend)
  >> ii) Resize the filesystem (eg, ext2resize, resize_reiserfs)
  >> 
  >> Reducing:
  >> 
  >> i) Resize filesystem.
  >> ii) Resize the LV (lvreduce)
  >> 
  >> 
  >> There is a tool called e2fsadm provided in LVM1 which performs both of
  >> these steps iff you are using an ext2 filesystem.

  VGI> Thanks! I assume that ext2resize also works for ext3 filesystems. Do I
  VGI> have to do anything special about the journal file, which is a hidden
  VGI> inode.



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