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XenServer: vdi-resize does not find VDI

Last Modified: 2013-11-11


I try to resize a VM's container to 100GB. But it does not work.

What's wrong?

here is the UUID
[root@xenserver-km7 ~]# xe vdi-resize uuid=4d326f07-bb47-c2f8-e38e-cce5128208a9 disk-size=100000000
The uuid you supplied was invalid.
type: VDI
uuid: 4d326f07-bb47-c2f8-e38e-cce5128208a9 (KM0 vor 4.10 to rezise)
[root@xenserver-km7 ~]#

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