Yesterday our SQL service wouldn't start and I found out it had ran out of disk space. Since we couldn't delete files to free up space I decided to take the hard drive and clone it to a 1.5TB drive.
It was originally on a 160GB drive (I just started working here... I'm not the idiot who placed a 160GB hard drive in the main database server). So I used Clonezilla to do a disk-to-disk copy. it worked great however the partition sizes are still the same.
I have a couple hundred MB boot filesystem which is ext3 and I tried to use Gparted and parted magic to resize the other partition and it says its LVM2. It says it doesn't have support for that filesystem.
So that partition is 140GB or around there. It's /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00
I tried to use lvextend but I'm not really sure how to do that... The free space is unpartitioned because I'm not sure which way I should partition it.
I'm not a linux expert but I'm not the worst in the world... I know just enough to completely ruin everything. So I'm hoping to get some guidance on this issue.
I probably didn't give enough information so please let me know what info you need & what I do in order to find that. (Chances are I'll know how to do it, but just to save time in case I don't).
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