I have an issue, that I am not sure how to address.
How can I resize the physical volume if I change the geometry of the disk (non-destructive resize of RAID volume at the hardware level)
I can see that the OS has picked up the new size of the disk and I would like to resize the existing pv. I don't know how.
I started with a hardware raid 5 (400GB), linux automatically recognizes disk as /dev/sdb
a simplistic representation of the setup is as follows
vgcreate VolGroup10 /dev/sdb
lvcreate -n LogVol10 VolGroup10
I have added a disk and expand the array to 600GB I can still see every thing but I don't know how to extend the PV.
logical volumes OK
volume groups OK
linux sees /dev/sdb as 600GB
pvs shows pv /dev/sdb is 400GB. I wish to, non-destructively, reinitialize /dev/sdb so that pvs shows 600GB. how?
William T. Musil
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