Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> I could do with a little advice from someone with LVM experience. Is it
> possible to grow an lvm volume group into the space created when a physical
> volume it is on grows (it's an md raid array)? If I try lvexpand, it
> complains that the physical volume is already part of the group.
>> I have a md RAID5 array with an lvm volume group on it with two logical
> volumes on that. I've grown the RAID5 array. Is it now possible to tell
> the LVM volume group to grow into the space (as opposed to extend it onto a
> new logical volume, which lvextend seems to want to do).
>> I've been looking through the docs but I'm a total novice at lvm and I
> haven't seen this possibility.
Hmmm have you done a pvresize already?
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