On 08/06/09 23:02, Olivier B. wrote:
Javier Guerra a écrit :
I never partition LVM "virtual device", I used different LV. So there
is no problem to resize any of this partitions.
On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 9:42 AM, Olivier B.<xen.list@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
about LVM : one the big advantages of LVM is the resize...
Dom0, then (for ext3/ext4) resize2fs in DomU.
add a partition resize step. even so, this only works if the
filesystem you want to resize is the last partition in the virtual
About the additionnal step, I don't really see where it is a problem.
So to confirm, rather than making /dev/xenvg/domudisk and doing:
disk = ['phy:/dev/xenvg/domudisk,xvda,w']
and partitioning /dev/xenvg/domudisk in the guest, you'd make (for example):
and configure it like:
disk = [
Is that right? The idea had crossed my mind, but all the tools seemed to
want to do it the other way.
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