On Thu, 25 Oct 2012 14:34:02 GMT, jmozdzen
as always, it depends.
You may need to restart the VM in order to pick up the new size of the
If the complete disk was used for the file system (without partition
table), then depending on the type of file system in use, YaST may be
able to simply expand the FS to the new physical disk size.
If you use a single partition on that disk, you’ll need to extend the
size of that partition (can YaST do that for you? I don’t know, it’s
been ages I dealt with partition-based file systems :[ ) and after that,
use YaST to resize the file system to the new size of the underlying
If you’re using LVM,…
We’d need more details to be specific.[/color]
Sorry, I was a bit vague. I’m still learning Linux, so please bear
The ZCM appliance installation crated a 65 GB disk. I created a
second virtual disk for it and rebooted so it was available. Then in
Yast Expert Partitioner, I selected the newly created disk and on the
partition tab, selected Add, Primary partition, used the entire disk
and formated it with Ext3.
So if I expand the virtual disk, can I just expand that primary
partition or what steps do I take?
Thanks for the help!