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accepted Wrong amount of free disk space seen after using Gparted
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answered Wrong amount of free disk space seen after using Gparted
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revised Can't resize a partition using resize2fs
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comment Can't resize a partition using resize2fs
That worked, thanks! For some reason it did not autocomplete /dev/mapper/owncloud--vg-root and so I kept trying /sda5 XD
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accepted Can't resize a partition using resize2fs
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comment Can't resize a partition using resize2fs
I have run pvresize followed by lvextend -r -L 500G /dev/sda2, and this is what I get: Path required for Logical Volume "sda2" Please provide a volume group name Run 'lvextend --help' for more information.
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comment Can't resize a partition using resize2fs
@Nils added to the question :)
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revised Can't resize a partition using resize2fs
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revised Wrong amount of free disk space seen after using Gparted
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comment Wrong amount of free disk space seen after using Gparted
Thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately this did not work. Ubuntu still sees the old hard drive size.
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