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RE: Shifting /var/lib/openshift to a new filesystem



Hi Andrew,

I have done it a few different ways.  You'll need to present a new LUN, or any type of fabric and/or block storage to LVM and extend the lv and then do an online resize of the underlying FS with resize2fs.

HTH,


Thanks,

Michael J. McConachie
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Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2015 14:46:03 +1030
Subject: Shifting /var/lib/openshift to a new filesystem
From: andrew galdes agix com au
To: users lists openshift redhat com

Hi all,

I'm looking to extend the disk space of an OpenShift install by mounting the "/var/lib/openshift" to a new and large filesystem such as sdb1. Should this work? I'd have thought i'd simply need to shutdown services, sync the data over, ensure acl's are enabled, restorecon -rv /var/lib/openshift and it should work... right?

Ta,


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