Commands using resize2fs (3)

  • Live extension of an ext3 file system on logical volume $v by 200GB without the need to unmount/remount. Requires that you have 1) a version of resize2fs that contains code merged from ext2online, and 2) kernel support for online resizing. (e.g. RHEL 5)


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    v=/dev/vg0/lv0; lvextend -L+200G $v && resize2fs $v
    wwest4 · 2009-02-28 02:30:49 4
  • Just the commands for the lvreduce I keep forgetting.


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    # umount /media/filesystem; e2fsck -f /dev/device ; resize2fs -p /dev/device 200G #actual newsize#;lvreduce --size 200G /dev/device; mount /media/filesystem; df -h /media/filesystem
    bbelt16ag · 2011-09-14 08:52:02 1
  • Default volume group in Ubuntu is ubuntu-vg and the logical volume is ubuntu-lv, so the provided command will resize the disk to utilize 100% of the available space. Show Sample Output


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    lvextend -l +100%FREE /dev/ubuntu-vg/ubuntu-lv && resize2fs /dev/ubuntu-vg/ubuntu-lv
    sxiii · 2022-08-26 13:02:10 175

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