Originally Posted by vxwo0owxv
Thanks for the reply and suggestion.
If someone look at the fdisk output, perhaps that someone might notice that the new volume has 100G of space ?
So the point is how to let the OS knows that there is more space available now ?
There are many posts on this topics and none of them works so far.
...and if YOU looked at the commands you typed in, you might notice that the device you're trying to enlarge is ALREADY 100% FULL
. Again, you CANNOT create more disk space out of thin air. You're typing in "resize2fs /dev/xvde1"...which is FULL...ZERO space free to make it bigger.
The /dev/xvdo device has space free...have you considered moving some data from the FULL device to the EMPTY one??