[linux-lvm] [Fwd: Re: ext2 online resizer available]
bluca at comedia.it
Sun Oct 17 12:25:58 UTC 1999
On Sun, Oct 17, 1999 at 11:45:33AM +0200, Michael Marxmeier wrote:
> Ideally I'd love to be able to stick a pair of disks into a system,
> the SCSI bus to pick them up, add them onto the end of my RAID 0+1
> mirrored) raid, and then increase the ext2 partition on the RAID. All
> without having to drop the system. I'm fairly sure it can't be done
> the current set of tools and whatnot, but that's one thing I'd love to
> Don't get me wrong, ext2 resizing is very nice, just would be nice
> to be able to resize RAID things to go along with it...
when we will have raid atop lvm this will be trivial, for the time
being you can use Hubert Tonneau's pliant script (pliant is a programming
language) to resize a raid (see attached mail from linux-raid)
Luca Berra -- bluca at comedia.it
Communications Media & Services S.r.l.
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