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Old 03-23-2007, 09:50 PM   #1
iaindooley
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Expanding volumes with LVM in fc3


hi, i'm a freebsd user with no experience running an fc3 system. i have an fc3 disk image created with Ghost 4 Unix.

it is roughly 10GB. i need to install the image on a 60GB HDD and be able to run a script which will expand the volume to take up available disk space without needing to reboot the machine and use a rescue CD (so far this is the only way i've been able to achieve this).

for reasons outside of my control i need to stick with fc3.

is someone able to help me out with some commands which will achieve this from the command line that i can put into a script?

thanks very much for any help.

cheers

iain
 
  


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