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lvresize cause my mysql / application stopped and some data loss

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi All,

I have resized one partiton used by mysql and application by 5G but suddenly some dataloss and application stopeed working - dont know why and what could be the issue for this please explain?
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First, do you have a backup of the data?  How large is the partition?  What's the hardware, ie VM or physical?
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I took the backup already and restored now so problem resolved thanks
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All good then! Glad you're running.
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it happens whenever PE size got different while creating and while re-sizing.
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Restored from Backup - Thanks all
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