[PVE-User] Hot resize of Windows virtio disks ?
gilberto.nunes32 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 23:09:19 CEST 2014
I just change the Type of SCSI Controller to VIRTIO and works fine!
2014-07-09 18:05 GMT-03:00 Gilou <contact+dev at gilouweb.com>:
> Le 09/07/2014 21:46, Alain Péan a écrit :
> Hi Gilberto,
>> Le 09/07/2014 21:20, Gilberto Nunes a écrit :
>>> I make some research here, I seems to me that resize disk works only
>>> with no-system boot disk.
>>> So, with C: wouldn't work!
>> If you read carefully the first post, and the code extract, it seems
>> that it is caused by the Proxmox code in qemi.pm, that says :
>> "die "you can't online resize a virtio windows bootdisk\n" "
>> So it is explicitly forbiden by the code, even if it should be possible
>> wirh Win7/8, 2008 R2/2012 (I never tried and did not verified).
>> It requires some change in the code, allowing resizing for thses OSes.
> To my knowledge, Win2008 (R2, at least) allows a hot resize of the system
> disk, and 2012 (and R2) certainly does. But that might be related to
> something else, like a compatibility issue with the virtio drivers and hot
> resize ?
> As far as I tested, it works nicely : Windows reports the block_resize
> properly. I can't find anything recent describing any issue with that
> feature on the virtio side.. So I'd say, off with the condition, let us
> resize at will.
> Besides, it shouldn't be Proxmox API's work to tell you that the OS won't
> let you resize the disk, as it won't harm it if it can't detect it, and can
> only avoid you forgetting about resizing it at the next reboot if so..
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