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vat
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Resize the Volume

Dear All,

I want to increase the size of /dev/vg07/lvol1.

I have try to check the status of volume with below command but it gives error

vgdisplay -v /dev/vg07/lvol1

vgdisplay: Volume group "/dev/vg07/lvol1" does not exist in the "/etc/lvmtab" file.

vgdisplay: Cannot display volume group "/dev/vg07/lvol1".


How to check the status and increase size of this volum ?

Thanks in advance,

Nirav
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vishnu.khandare
Respected Contributor
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Re: Resize the Volume

Hi Nirav,
Its easy to check size of lvol
check in bdf,
vgdisplay -v vg07 ; as lvol1 is in vg07
and then pvdisplay -v diskpath where it is.

To increase the size of the volume u must have Online JFS installed, by that u can change the size of lvol run time.

steps:
lvextend -L /dev/vgXX/lvolXX

fsadm -F vxfs -b

Hope this solves ur query
Don't forget to assign points.

Regards
Vishnu Khandare
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vat
Advisor

Re: Resize the Volume

Hi Vishnu,

Thanks for your reply.

Problem is solved.

Thanking you ones again.

Nirav
Victor Fridyev
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Re: Resize the Volume

Hi Nirav,

It will be kind from your side to give some points to the person who helped you to resolve the problem
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vat
Advisor

Re: Resize the Volume

Hi Victor,

you are right.

I have given points

Thank,

Nirav