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From Denni Sembiring <denni.sembir...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Ask] Resize Primary Storage
Date Wed, 26 Jun 2013 06:10:55 GMT
Thank you  Jijun.
I've tried it, and I want to ask, how do we allocate the whole of the
hypervisor capacity as a primary storage?
I mean in the UI we will see the capacity of primary storage show 1.72 TB.
will it possible?


thanks,

Denni Sembiring


2013/6/25 Jijun <jijunlx@gmail.com>

> On 06/26/2013 12:56 PM, Denni Sembiring wrote:
>
>> Yes Sir, I use NFS Server 4.
>>
>> when I use this command $ virsh pool-list on my hypervisor,
>> its shown like this
>>
>> [root@hypervs ~]# virsh pool-list
>> Name State Autostart
>> ------------------------------**-----------
>> 0f1c578f-c006-317c-b622-**15d77214c1b7 active no
>> 422155c4-15f5-4354-9ace-**540b4c94ebb6 active no
>> 6260fa35-58f0-3ba3-9337-**c05fac113f57 active no
>> 67779d92-1966-3842-aed1-**54e565f372da active no
>> fd8f79e7-46e7-3337-ad57-**bd09356b4f7a active no
>>
>> I didn't understand about it Sir.  What should I do?
>> on the list shows that the status active no. Do i have to activate it
>> first?
>>
> virsh pool-list show the pool list  the libvirt in your hypervisor . just
> like the result header said:
>
> [root@hypervs ~]# virsh pool-list
> Name State Autostart
> ------------------------------**-----------
> 0f1c578f-c006-317c-b622-**15d77214c1b7 active no
>
> it means:
> the Name(uuid) is  0f1c578f-c006-317c-b622-**15d77214c1b7 ,
> the State is active,
> Autostart is no.
>
> you can get the detail of the pool 0f1c578f-c006-317c-b622-**15d77214c1b7
> by  this :
>
> [root@hypervs ~]# virsh pool-info 0f1c578f-c006-317c-b622-**15d77214c1b7
> Name:           0f1c578f-c006-317c-b622-**15d77214c1b7
> UUID:           0f1c578f-c006-317c-b622-**15d77214c1b7
> State:          running
> Persistent:     yes
> Autostart:      no
> Capacity:       1.72 TB
> Allocation:     150.58 GB
> Available:      1.57 TB
>
>
>
> Thanks,
> Jijun
>
>
>
>  If yes, how do I enable it?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Regards,
>> Denni sembiring
>>
>>
>> 2013/6/25 Wido den Hollander <wido@widodh.nl>
>>
>>  Hi,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 06/25/2013 06:41 AM, Denni Sembiring wrote:
>>>
>>>  I had to install Cloudstack 4.02. I use 5 hosts, 1 as management
>>>> server, and the other into the hypervisor (KVM). when all has gone
>>>> well, I went to the UI and see my primary storage show only 98 Gb ,
>>>> while the entire capacity of hypervisor should be 2 Tb . How can I
>>>> change the size of my primary storage?  what should i do so my primary
>>>> storage size according to the size of my hypervisor?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>  The management server gets the information from libvirt on the
>>> hypervisor.
>>> Is this NFS?
>>>
>>> What does this show on the hypervisor:
>>>
>>> $ virsh pool-info <uuid>
>>>
>>> Wher you can list the storage pools in libvirt with:
>>>
>>> $ virsh pool-list
>>>
>>> Wido
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>  Best regards,
>>>> Denni Sembiring
>>>> Del Polytechnic of Informatics
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>

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