How to Extend/Reduce LVM’s (Logical Volume Management) in Linux – Part II

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73 Responses

  1. Babin says:

    @Mihir,

    Still, XFS did not provide an option to reduce, but you can grow the size on the fly.

  2. Mihir Agrawal says:

    How to reduce xfs file system?

  3. Peter Haas says:

    It is worth mentioning if your partition is xfs then you will need to use ‘xfs_growfs‘.

    xfs seems popular for later releases of Centos.

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