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Upgrading to oneview v3 but haven't expanded the VM to make bigger repository

 
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cesarpegado
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Upgrading to oneview v3 but haven't expanded the VM to make bigger repository

I have already upgraded to version 3, but since found out that you can have a bigger repository now. From what i've read you were supposed to do it during teh upgraded procedure. 

Is it something i can do now? If so whats the procedure

Thanks

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peyrache
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Re: Upgrading to oneview v3 but haven't expanded the VM to make bigger repository

hi

documented in user guide of OV, just resize VM disk

JY

ChrisLynchHPE
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Re: Upgrading to oneview v3 but haven't expanded the VM to make bigger repository

As it states in the Install Guide or User Guide, you need to shut down the VM, then increase the virtual disk file to 275GB (there is no in between, it must be 275GB) then power it back on. You will then have a 100GB repository.
cesarpegado
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Re: Upgrading to oneview v3 but haven't expanded the VM to make bigger repository

Thanks for that, i did as you said and i can now see i have a 100GB repository