[PVE-User] Increase disk size of a VM on ZFS

obj@jltechinc.com jeremiah at jltechinc.com
Mon May 21 02:07:00 CEST 2018


>From the GUI select your VM, then Resources-->Resize Disk.

-JL


Miguel González wrote on 05/20/2018 06:21 PM:
> Dear all,
>
> I have searched around and I couldn´t find any instructions of how to
> increase a VM disk when using ZFS on proxmox 5.1.
>
> This is my zpool:
>
> zfs list
> NAME                       USED  AVAIL  REFER  MOUNTPOINT
> rpool                      232G  36.9G   104K  /rpool
> rpool/ROOT                1.86G  36.9G    96K  /rpool/ROOT
> rpool/ROOT/pve-1          1.86G  36.9G  1.86G  /
> rpool/data                 226G  36.9G    96K  /rpool/data
> rpool/data/vm-100-disk-1   135G  36.9G   116G  -
> rpool/data/vm-102-disk-1  27.6G  36.9G  20.0G  -
> rpool/data/vm-102-disk-2  63.0G  36.9G  41.2G  -
> rpool/swap                4.25G  37.9G  3.26G  -
>
> I want to increase vm-100-disk-1.
>
> How do I proceed? Shut down VM and run:
>
> qm resize 100 virtio0 +5G ?
>
> I am not sure which driver I should use
>
>
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