On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 7:45 PM <dhorf-hfref.4a288...@hashmail.org> wrote:

> On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 10:29:33PM +0000, 'Matt Drez' via qubes-users
> wrote:
> > How to safely raise it to the maximum size (1TB ) and not just an
> > arbitrary number that's close enough?
>
> which "it"?
> if you bought a "1TB disk", that usualy means 931GiB.
>
> the pvresize dance means the pv is now as big as the partition/luks.
>
> >   VG         #PV #LV #SN Attr   VSize   VFree
> >   qubes_dom0   1 141   0 wz--n- 929.32g 556.51g
>
> so 929.32g sounds about right, thats the size of your disk minus
> the boot partition minus some headers.
>
> >   pool00 qubes_dom0 twi-aotz-- 897.98g             33.45  14.82
>
>
> you can probably grow that pool some more.
> check "vgs" again, the VFree is now something like 6.5g?
>
> so run "lvresize -L +6g qubes_dom0/pool00"
>
> i would NOT assign the last few megabytes to a device, but keep
> them "free" in case i need to dig myself out of a "oops, metadata
> is full because i have too many snapshots" situation.
>
>
Next time I would suggest a very simple and reliable backup of the old
disk, install Qubes on the new disk, restore backup on the new disk and
you'll have a clean new system with no problems.

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