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Extending a logical volume in a virtual machine running Red Hat or Cent OS

Purpose

This article provides steps for extending the root partition residing in a logical volume created with Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in a virtual machine running Red Hat/Cent OS.

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Resizing the disk space on Ubuntu Server VMs running on VMware ESXi 5

Resizing the disk space on Ubuntu Server VMs running on VMware ESXi 5

We generally do both dedicated and VPS hosting for our websites, apps and some premium projects we run for others.When we choose to have VPS servers (aka virtual machines or VMs for short) instead of dedicated servers, we usually opt for VMware‘s free ESXi 5 and install Ubuntu Server as the OS for the VPSs we create on top of ESXi 5. It may not be as friendly as some VPS providers like Amazon, Rackspace etc. but you got more control and it’s on YOUR hardware (pretty important actually!)…

Now, when you build a VPS on VMware, you start with say 40GBs of hard disk space. You install the OS, setup the server, move the sites on this new server and you’re on. But what happens when there’s no more room on the server for your site or sites and you need to add more disk space?

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