> > [@dom0 ~]$ sudo lvs qubes_dom0/pool00
> > LV VG Attr LSize Pool Origin Data% Meta% Move Log Cpy%Sync Convert
> > pool00 qubes_dom0 twi-aotz-- 347.98g 87.01 58.34

> if you want to enlarge logical volume qubes_dom0/pool00, you
> should enlarge qubes_dom0/pool00, not random other devices.

> and it is important you enlarge the metadata volume first.
> something like:
> lvresize --poolmetadatasize +1G qubes_dom0/pool00

That makes total sense. Well, I'm glad I didn't screw everything up but now how 
do I reverse what I have done so I could achieve my goal? How can I "take away" 
the 100% free space I assigned to root and give it to the whole system? 

Thanks for all your help and your patience with me. 

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