Resize root filesystem on Ubuntu 18.04 with LVM

Ubuntu 18.04 default lvm layout comes with only a 4 GB root partition. Here we will extend it to occupy the full free space in the volume group:

sudo lvextend -l 100%FREE --resizefs /dev/ubuntu-vg/ubuntu-lv

That’s it, Enjoy!

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1 Response to Resize root filesystem on Ubuntu 18.04 with LVM

  1. Edgar Aaron says:

    Thanx, thats is works for me.

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