[OpenAFS] newbie questions
Wed, 12 Nov 2008 13:53:17 +0200
On Wednesday 12 November 2008 13:42:29 Papp Tam=E1s wrote:
> Jason Edgecombe wrote:
> > Try this:
> > 1. install new drive
> > 2. partition & mkfs on new drive
> > 3. mount new partition as /vicepb
> > 4. bos restart -server my.server.name -all
> > 5. vos partinfo -server my.server.name # should show vicepb now
> > 6. vos create -server my.server.name -part b -name my.volume --maxquota
> > 1000 -verbose
> > step 6 is optional. vos create or vos move should honor the new drive
> > now.
> This is almost exactly what I'm looking for. What I want to no is to
> extend an existing volume.
> The size of the volume called for example 'files.projects' is now 10 GB.
> And I want to expand it to 20 GB with an other partition (right now in
> this test setup it's an other partition, but it would be an other
> server's partition).
Sorry you can't do that.=20
A volume is always completely on one partition on the server.
If your server partition is to small you need to move it to a bigger one.
Once you have enough space on on the server partition , you extend a volume=
by the "fs setquota" command.
> I should be something like:
> vos add -server my.server.name -part b -name my.volume
> But this option doesn't exist.
> Thank you,
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