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In general: Boot a livecd, containing all needed drivers (ZFS) Backup your partition Format it with ZFS Unpack the backup into the new partition Update initrd, make sure all needed modules are included (on debian update-initramfs and configuring /etc/initramfs-tools, but on redhat it will be different). Update grub (e.g. filesystem uuids) Maybe reinstall ...


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i use this method , not sure if it's the best but works for me use it with caution and not SysAdmin calculate the difference that cause the problem 324%4 = 0 no problem but 324%32 = 10.125 that's the problem so it doesn't fit i think it's called "get real number" lvmdiskscan to list involved partitions then pvresize /dev/*** ...



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