Resizing Logical Volumes within KVM Virtual Machine on CentOS

  • Status Completed
  • Budget £20 - £250 GBP
  • Total Bids 4

Project Description

I need somebody to walk me through resizing a logical volume from within a virtual CentOS machine, I get as far as resizing the disk within the host, but once within the virtual machine, I can't work out how to resize using lvextend or even fdisk. So I need somebody to look at our system and our setup, and show me how to do it, as I've ran out of patience with it. It's not a compulsory project, so I'd rather it was done cheaply, looking for somebody who will do it for less than £20.

I don't believe that this is a very hard task for somebody that knows what they're doing, all I'm asking is to be shown how to do it, I will give you access to one of our virtual machines and then you can do it yourself to test your method, to see if it works, and then you can list the procedure taken to perform the task.

Currently I use qemu-img resize to resize the disks.

I can give you access to the host machine if it is necessary, but there are active virtual machines contained on it, so you must be incredibly careful.

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