Resize your VMWare Disks on CentOS

  1. Modify you VM settings and increase the hard disk size for example add an additional 10GB.
  2. Boot system
  3. Run fdisk and recreate partition #2
  4. fdisk /dev/sda2
    1. Issue the following commands
    2. D
    3. 2
    4. N
    5. P
    6. 2
    7. <enter>
    8. <enter>
    9. t
    10. 2
    11. 8e
    12. w
  5. Reboot System
  6. lvm pvresize /dev/sda2
  7. lvm pvdisplay # Take a note of the free PE (physical extents)
  8. lvm vgchange -a y
  9. lvm lvdisplay  # Take a note of logical volume
  10. lvm lvextend -l +320 /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00
  11. resize2fs /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00

You will need to tweak as  you go along.  In some examples above on the web, some people don’t do any reboot after step 4, but I needed to do a reboot.  Also after step 9ome people run an e2fsck, when ever I did this step 10 failed

Comments

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    Could you please contact me at info@techpros.ie I could use some help with a dedicated server?

    Thanks a lot.
    Rathnam

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