[DRBD-user] Re: increasing drbd device size
Diego Julian Remolina
diego.remolina at ibb.gatech.edu
Wed Apr 25 12:58:11 CEST 2007
Check the man page for the drbdadm command, specifically the section:
resize DRBD will reexamine all sizing constraints, and re-size the resource�
device accordingly. E.g. in case you increased the size of your backing
storage devices (on both nodes of course), then DRBD will adopt to the
new size after you called this command on _both_ nodes.
> manjo <manjok at ...> writes:
>> After adding larger drives (750G) to my drbd setup and resyncing,
>> the drbd device still shows old size of 500G. However the underlying
>> filesystem, reiserfs on linux raid1, shows the new size of 750G. What
>> should be my next step? Do I need to shrink the filesystem by 128 M?
>> I am using drbd 0.7 and heartbeat on SLES 9.0
> There does not seem to be much help on online HD upgrade topic
> in the documentation. Anyone here knows the correct steps for my
> situation? Would appreciate any help.
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