I am new to Linux so please forgive the incorrect use of vocabulary.
My company has a private cloud that provisions VM's in a KVM. I received a RHEL 6.4. When I provisioned it, I asked for 50GB of additional storage.
Here is the results of
The filesystem /dev/mapper/VolGroup-lv_root mounted on
/ is full. After consulting my companies FAQ, I found one called "Where is my extra storage that I ordered with my VM?" and was directed to a PDF that showed me how to create a new filesystem mounted on a new directory called
/data. I was unable to determine how to simply extend the fileysystem mounted on
/. I did that on a different VM as a test.
On the VM which I wish to extend the filesystem mounted on
/, here are the results of
Here are the results for
On a test VM I issued the following commands as specified by my companies FAQ:
pvcreate /dev/vdb vgcreate DATAVG /dev/sdb lvcreate -L 10G -n lvdata1 DATAVG mkfs -t ext4 /dev/DATAVG/lvdata1 tune2fs -c0 -i0 /dev/DATAAVG/lvdata1
I appended the following to
/dev/DATAVG/lvdata1 /data ext4 defaults 1 2
and then mounted
After this, a
df -h results in:
This shows that I can successfully add storage, but I wish to add the storage to the filesystem mounted on