[Openstack] KILO -- Max disk size is 20 gb
nasir.mahmood at gmail.com
Fri Sep 25 03:17:00 UTC 2015
I was expecting that the disk should grow with usage, which didn't happen
after I tried to create a 40gb file using dd command.
I don't know how to increase the disk partition after booting up the
On 24 Sep 2015 23:58, "Mike Smith" <mismith at overstock.com> wrote:
> I wonder if your disk image has a partition set to 20GB. Your instance
> may get a bigger disk, but the partition is still set to 20G. Try running
> an “fdisk -l” or something inside the VM to see if the disk itself is
> actually bigger than the partition you are seeing
> There are cloud init scripts that resize these for you, or Kilo has an
> provisioning-time option to make the disk automatically resize
> Mike Smith
> Principal Engineer / Cloud Team Lead
> On Sep 24, 2015, at 12:44 PM, Nasir Mahmood <nasir.mahmood at gmail.com>
> My openstack KILO version installation is almost production level now,
> with 3 compute nodes.
> On a recently added compute node with plenty of disk space, I have tried
> to add a new flavor with 8 cores, 16 gb ram and 500 gb hard disk space. The
> instance spins up, but with 20 gb of disk space only, as it happens on
> others Compute nodes. This new Compute node has a single partition of 3 tb
> on an hw raid .
> Any idea..
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