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Old 07-17-2008, 04:50 AM   #1
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LXer: What is the procedure to resize an LVM2 logical volume and the ext2 or ext3 fil

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It is recommended that a resizing procedure be tested before performing it on a filesystem that contains critical data. It is also strongly recommended that data backups are created and verified before resizing filesystems. To assist the reader in becoming familiar with the resizing procedure, the rest of this article describes a scenario in which un-partitioned disk space is used to test logical volume and ext3 filesystem resizing.



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