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Re: [linux-lvm] Problem resizing partition



Solved. LVM uses pvresize command to change physical partition size...

It is in the manual. 

For a graphical interface, is necessary to install system-config-lvm
In CentOS 5 is in the package:

system-config-lvm-1.0.22-1.0.el5



On Mon, 2007-10-08 at 16:30 +0200, Guillermo Marraco wrote:
> bad... Gparted does not recognize filesysytem, and can't resize tha
> partition...
> 
> (I have utilized Puppy Linux Live CD. It have a gparted preinstalled)
> 
> On 10/8/07, Guillermo Marraco <guillermo marraco gmail com> wrote:
>         Thanks for your answer!.
>         
>         I was unaware that That partition was needed unmounted.
>         
>         ¿I can unmount the main Linux Partition, start gparted, and
>         then remount it?, or I need a Live CD?
>         
>         I have the Puppy Linux Live CD, and I have burn the Gparted
>         Live CD. I gonna try to use them. 
>         
>         
>         On 10/8/07, NTOUGHE GUY-SERGE <ntoughe hotmail com> wrote:
>                 
>                 hi, 
>                 According to your  description you want to decrease a
>                 partition, so you 'll need to umount your file system
>                 an d change the size, with fdisk or gparted.
>                 After that remount your partition.
>                 
>                 
>                 ntoughe hotmail com
...
> 


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