#lvm

How to Resize A LVM Partition Without Losing Data With Gdisk
An Alternative to Parted/Gparted

Warning! Please back up your data prior to doing this. I will not be held liable should you incur any data loss by following this tutorial. This action was done in a VM (Qemu/KVM) and was only tested on a partition formatted as Ext4. I cannot guarantee that it works with other type of formats. Quoted from archwiki: "Warning: While enlarging, a file system can often be done on-line (i.

Install Arch Linux on Qemu/KVM With Uefi Support Enabled
A 'How-To' For LVM

I honestly am not in the state where I can write a neat introduction for this specific action so I will just proceed to the steps I took for having this successfully done. Brief Notes:- Installation is done on Logical Volume Manager (LVM) partition; Boot loader used is Grub2; This is actually specifically set up to show how to resize a partition without losing any data which will be explained in the next entry.

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