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From Denni Sembiring <denni.sembir...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Ask] Resize Primary Storage
Date Wed, 26 Jun 2013 04:56:05 GMT
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?
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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