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The virtual disk assigned to the vapp is exhausted. How do I increase this under vmware esx?
Release: Component: IDSVA
vApp Admin guide supplies a resizeDisk script/command We do not provide access to source code. Let me briefly describe the logic of the resizeDisk command: • The vApp uses a single root volume (/) which is formatted with ext4 filesystem over LVM. • The vApp’s filesystem is located on a logical volume (LV) named lv_root • This LV is contained in a volume group (VG) named vg_ca-vapp and mounted on /. • There are 2 options for resizing the root volume: o resizeDisk The ESX administrator extends the existing virtual disk The command extends the existing partition (a reboot may be required). The PV will be extended spanning the entire partition. The LV will be extended with the PV’s additional space The filesystem on the root volume will be extended. o addDisk The ESX administrator adds a new virtual disk. The command creates a new partition spanning the entire disk. It then creates a PV spanning the entire partition. The VG will be extended with the newly created PV. The LV will be extended with the additional space. The filesystem on the root volume will be extended.