[wallaby][trove] Instance Volume Resize
syedammad83 at gmail.com
Fri May 21 07:20:47 UTC 2021
Thanks Lingxian, it worked fine.
I have resize the volume of mysql datastore from 17GB to 18GB. In guest
agent logs it said that command has executed successfully.
2021-05-21 07:11:03.527 1062 INFO trove.guestagent.datastore.manager [-]
Resizing the filesystem at /var/lib/mysql, online: True
2021-05-21 07:11:03.528 1062 DEBUG trove.guestagent.volume [-] Checking if
/dev/sdb exists. _check_device_exists
2021-05-21 07:11:03.528 1062 DEBUG oslo_concurrency.processutils [-]
Running cmd (subprocess): sudo blockdev --getsize64 /dev/sdb execute
2021-05-21 07:11:03.545 1062 DEBUG oslo_concurrency.processutils [-] CMD
"sudo blockdev --getsize64 /dev/sdb" returned: 0 in 0.016s execute
2021-05-21 07:11:03.546 1062 DEBUG oslo_concurrency.processutils [-]
Running cmd (subprocess): sudo resize2fs /dev/sdb execute
2021-05-21 07:11:03.577 1062 DEBUG oslo_concurrency.processutils [-] CMD
"sudo resize2fs /dev/sdb" returned: 0 in 0.031s execute
But the /var/lib/mysql still shows 17GB. I have manually executed resize2fs
on /dev/sdb. After manual execution, /var/lib/mysql has updated to 18GB.
Not sure if I am missing something.
On Thu, May 20, 2021 at 4:39 PM Lingxian Kong <anlin.kong at gmail.com> wrote:
> Modify trove service config file:
> max_accepted_volume_size = <any value bigger than 10, maybe 15?>
> 10 is the default value if the config option is not specified.
> Lingxian Kong
> Senior Cloud Engineer (Catalyst Cloud)
> Trove PTL (OpenStack)
> OpenStack Cloud Provider Co-Lead (Kubernetes)
> On Wed, May 19, 2021 at 9:56 PM Ammad Syed <syedammad83 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am using wallaby / trove on ubuntu 20.04. I am trying to extend volume
>> of database instance. Its having trouble that instance cannot exceed volume
>> size of 10GB.
>> My flavor has 2vcpus 4GB RAM and 10GB disk. I created a database instance
>> with 5GB database size and mysql datastore. The deployment has created 10GB
>> root and 5GB /var/lib/mysql. I have tried to extend volume to 11GB, it
>> failed with error that "Volume 'size' cannot exceed maximum of 10 GB, 11
>> cannot be accepted".
>> I want to keep root disk size to 10GB and only want to extend
>> /var/lib/mysql keeping the same flavor. Is it possible or should I need to
>> upgrade flavor as well ?
>> Syed Ammad Ali
Syed Ammad Ali
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