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how to extend linux size when doing v to v in vmware convertor

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             I have a vm guest linux rhel 6 hosted on esxi 5.5, currently added a new datastore on the same esxi 5.5 server, installed a vmware convertor 5.5 and plan to do " v to v " to the new datastore, (see below screenshot) i wont be able to extend the linux storage size when doing the v to v, is there any way that i can extend the linux size when doing the v to v ?


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So that during the v to v convertion, it can not increase the size for Linux ? But for window I am able to extend the HD size
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