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unable to resize the drbd disk size please help

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Hi All ,

I am following below steps to increse size - all commands run successfully but size remain same.

even lvm disk size also increased when i am checking with lvdisplay but drbd disk size remain old one when checking with df -h please help

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1. Extend the chosen LVM on both server nodes
lvextend -L[final-size]G /dev/vg/lvm

2. Move to you primary node and check it’s status with
drbdadm state [resource] (must return “primary”)

3. Resize your primary DRBD resource and watch it’s progress via cat /proc/drbd
drbdadm resize [resource] (notes on online/offline resizing)

4. Resize your filesystem
resize2fs /dev/drbd
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Thanks all - I have find the solution myself
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