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How to edit/resize an LVM partition graphically (with a GUI)?

The only tool I know that manages logical volumes, physical volumes and disk partitions is KDE Partition Manager. Here is a summary of my brief experience with the main tools, and how to install them ...
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Extending rootfs on centos

You'll need to expand the sda3 partition first, as doneal24 said in the comments. If your distribution has the growpart command (sometimes packaged as its own package, sometimes as cloud-utils or ...
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Move physical extents inside one PV on LVM

Ok, so I'm sorry, I misread the end of the documentation. All you need is to add the --alloc anywhere option....
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pvcreate No device found for /dev/vdb

Here is what I did to get everything working correctly. After creating a new disk on the VM, these instructions worked perfectly... https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/resize-lvm-simple Using cockpit, I ...
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pvcreate No device found for /dev/vdb

You're already running Logical Volume Management (LVM). You have shown that your VM knows only about its system disk, /dev/vda, and your command pvcreate /dev/vdb is trying to create a new Physical ...
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issue in adding physical volume to volume group lvm

It looks like you haven't used all the available space in /dev/sda4 for your Physical Volume (PV). There's 127GB assigned here: `-sda4 8:4 0 127G 0 part and although the LVs add up ...
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issue in adding physical volume to volume group lvm

you can use vgextend command on your vg and then extend the lv with lvextend or lvresize. The problem is that usually you can not extend vg with size , just with another/new vg .Other problem is that ...
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