I am trying to resize my LVM partition. I resized my LV, but when I trying to resize LVM partition, it says cannot resize to 1363 extentds as later ones are allocated.. I checked https://askubuntu.com/questions/252204/how-to-shrink-ubuntu-lvm-logical-and-physical-volumes, After I executed pvmove, pvs says my root volume not starts from 0, but at 65244. So I can't resize the lvm partition. How Can I make root volume starts from 0?


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It's resolved. I used command that like to pvmove (dev):a-b (dev):0-c. It's now starts from 0.

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