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Re: [linux-lvm] Help: Mount point does not report full size of LV.



To be safe unmount the filesystem you want to grow. Then you'll use
the resize2fs command. From what you've provided so far, and assuming
you want to use all the available space on the LV, the command line
will probably look something like:

resize2fs -p /dev/VGforMyth/video

I'd recommending reading the man page for resize2fs before proceeding.

On 2/28/07, Nick Gyma <nickgyma gmail com> wrote:


Thanks for the reply.  The other two disks are file system ext3.  Is it possible to change this 3rd disk to be ext3 as well from the current state i'm in?  and then resize to fill?

Thanks for helping.  here are the results of vgdisplay:  (the 208.31GB is correct)

nick ubuntu:~$ sudo vgdisplay -v
Finding all volume groups
Finding volume group "VGforMyth"
--- Volume group ---
VG Name VGforMyth
System ID
Format lvm2
Metadata Areas 3
Metadata Sequence No 5
VG Access read/write
VG Status resizable
MAX LV 0
Cur LV 1
Open LV 0
Max PV 0
Cur PV 3
Act PV 3
VG Size 208.31 GB
PE Size 64.00 MB
Total PE 3333
Alloc PE / Size 3333 / 208.31 GB
Free PE / Size 0 / 0
VG UUID C8kSGQ-rAw1-GmUi-7oKx-zatX-8D1A-bYuK35

--- Logical volume ---
LV Name /dev/VGforMyth/video
VG Name VGforMyth
LV UUID q6mYAL-6r5u-92bK-xeIc-qttc-Zmxk-00e0rS
LV Write Access read/write
LV Status available
# open 0
LV Size 208.31 GB
Current LE 3333
Segments 3
Allocation inherit
Read ahead sectors 0
Block device 253:0

--- Physical volumes ---
PV Name /dev/hda4
PV UUID 9VmJ6M-UxhP-7LRF-SAOE-ix3l-pSWe-a2ueRL
PV Status allocatable
Total PE / Free PE 950 / 0

PV Name /dev/hdb1
PV UUID tCKbgt-nBvc-r8FS-OxEd-u9XW-NiOA-00q0BI
PV Status allocatable
Total PE / Free PE 1192 / 0

PV Name /dev/hdd1
PV UUID KEBtSE-LKcc-l79g-2NSh-6VLQ-HKoG-l0zciX
PV Status allocatable
Total PE / Free PE 1191 / 0
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