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    sda2 full on Daphile

    I'm using Daphile for a while as I'm running my server in a virtual machine (Oracle Virtualbox). Ran without any issues but I recently noticed that sda2 is full. I have enough disk space and would like to extend this partition. I know this is more or a Linux question than an LMS question but would appreciate any pointers on how to do this.

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    First determine your file system: df -T is the command for that.
    If it's ext4, this can be extended online: sudo resize2fs /dev/sda2 is the command for that.
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    Go to VM Manager
    Shut down the VM.
    Go into its settings and simply increase the size of the disk.
    You donĺt do anything at the command line
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Go to VM Manager
    Shut down the VM.
    Go into its settings and simply increase the size of the disk.
    You don’t do anything at the command line
    When creating the VM, I created a 32GB disk (seen in the screenshot). The installation created two ext4 partitions? - sda1 (DaphileBoot - 1GB) and sda2 (DaphileData - 7.6GB). No idea why DaphileData was 7.6GB and not the balance of the 32GB disk. So if I just expand the disk to say 64GB this would keep DaphileData still at 7.6GB, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by backball View Post
    When creating the VM, I created a 32GB disk (seen in the screenshot). The installation created two ext4 partitions? - sda1 (DaphileBoot - 1GB) and sda2 (DaphileData - 7.6GB). No idea why DaphileData was 7.6GB and not the balance of the 32GB disk. So if I just expand the disk to say 64GB this would keep DaphileData still at 7.6GB, right?
    Yes.
    The simplest way to solve this is to use GParted Live
    Virtualbox can directly start the .iso file. You'll have to attach Daphile's storage to this VM so gparted can access it.
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