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Posted on 2006-11-06
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Is there a way to change PP Size of an existing VG
from
PP SIZE:        32 megabyte(s)
to
PP SIZE:        512 megabyte(s) ?
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Question by:ethanjohnsons
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You have to create new volume group or use chvg -t 8 to allow more PPs on current VG
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Gheist is correct but to answer your question, you cannot change the PP size of an existing VG.
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Yes - but this question is usually asked when new disk is added and PP number is insufficient ...
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