I believe you will do
That will make the
volume group now be 600GB.
Then use “lvextend”
to enlarge the logical volumes, and whatever the proper tool is to extend the
Best to have the
logical volumes & volume group offline (“vgchange –a n”) before starting
linux-lvm-bounces redhat com [mailto:linux-lvm-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Musil, William
Sent: Friday, August 11, 2006 12:49
To: linux-lvm redhat com
Subject: [linux-lvm] LVM2 on hardware
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)
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.
started with a hardware raid 5 (400GB), linux automatically recognizes disk as
simplistic representation of the setup is as follows
lvcreate -n LogVol10
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
pvs shows pv /dev/sdb is 400GB. I
wish to, non-destructively, reinitialize /dev/sdb so that pvs shows 600GB.
wmusil labvantage com
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