Resizing LVM-formatted partitions
geleem at bellsouth.net
Thu Jun 24 20:08:31 UTC 2010
Chris Adams wrote:
> The reason you have to do all of this is that /boot is not under LVM (it
> can't be today because the boot loader can't load from LVM), so you have
> to make space in the partition table.
had not thought about that, and friend dave was not working with boot.
so like you say, poc will have to use 'lvreduce' to get an upper 500m0
free for his /boot.
that or copy lvm to another drive, resize and restore lvm. :(
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