[linux-lvm] Help: Mount point does not report full size of LV.
Bryn M. Reeves
breeves at redhat.com
Wed Feb 28 18:12:30 UTC 2007
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Nick Gyma wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. The other two disks are file system ext3. Is it
> possible to change this 3rd disk to be ext3 as well from the current
> state i'm in? and then resize to fill?
> Thanks for helping. here are the results of vgdisplay: (the 208.31GB
> is correct)
I'm not completely sure what you mean here, but generally if you want to
change a file system type you need to do a full backup of the old file
system then create the new one and restore.
It tends to be that the only "in place" conversion tools are to update
one version of a file system to a later one, e.g. ext2->ext3 or gfs1->gfs2.
Otoh, if the 208.31G is correct for your size you should be ready to
resize the NTFS file system on it.
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