On Sun, Oct 04, 2020 at 04:35:27PM +0200, roger paranoia wrote: > Hello > > I have another question relating this. > That command resizes the logical volume and that's ok, but... the problem > is that partitions inside that volume doesn't get resized. > > What I've done is: > Installing the bionic-desktop template > Clone the template to bionic-desktop_test > Resize the logical volume with "qvm-volume resize bionic-desktop_test:root > 20G > > Now I start the template, open a terminal on it and run: > user@localhost:~$ lsblk > NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT > xvda 202:0 1 18.6G 0 disk > ??????xvda1 202:1 1 200M 0 part > ??????xvda2 202:2 1 2M 0 part > ??????xvda3 202:3 1 9.8G 0 part / > xvdb 202:16 1 2G 0 disk /rw > xvdc 202:32 1 10G 0 disk > ??????xvdc1 202:33 1 1G 0 part [SWAP] > ??????xvdc3 202:35 1 9G 0 part > xvdd 202:48 1 500M 1 disk > > So the volume was resized (18.6G) but the root partition is still 9.8G and > that means... there's a limit for the software that can be installed in > there. > I can't resize the partition from inside the template and I can't find how > resize specifically the xvda3 partition inside that particular logical > volume. > > Any ideas on how to do it? > > Thanks in advance! >
The simplest route for you would be to use a tool like gparted: `apt install gparted` Open gparted - you will be asked if you want to make the extra space available - say "Yes". Then in the GUI, expand /dev/xvda3 to use the available space. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/20201004155851.GA9906%40thirdeyesecurity.org.