On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 9:56 AM, Karanbir Singh wrote:
On 10/07/15 14:04, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
I've been getting bitten by the "8 Gig default size" I'm finding in
AWS and other CentOS environments. It's definitely time to bump it up
to 20 Gig.
I dont know what 'other CentOS environments' means, but in AWS did you
try and add more storage and size up ?

Yes, but it's awkward. A launch done with the current CentOS 6.x base
HVM image remains with an 8 Gig "/" parition, even if a larger disk
image is allocated for it, until you manually use "fdisk" to delete
the partition and resize it manuall, do a reboot so CentOS 6 sees the
full partition, and then use "resize2fs" to rebuild it.

I keep a larger base disk image around for just this purpose, but it's
a waste of time I could better spend on other tasks, and rebooting is
a fairly undesirable step.

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