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visio
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Hi

I have a virtualizor on a server, on one vps the customer wants to reduce the size of the vps, is it possible? is it dangeous?

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wolke
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Which Virtualization?
Which Storage Type?

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visio
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it is KVM and the hard disks are SATA
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visio
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actually
Virtualization : KVM
Storage Type : LVM

If I open a ticket  could you login and check?


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wolke
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I can´t access your ticket as I´am not with virtualizor staff.

But you can have a look here:

https://www.rootusers.com/lvm-resize-how-to-decrease-an-lvm-partition/

(you should try this in non-production system first and always take a full backup...)
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jevingala
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Hi,

Stop the vps first.
You will need to create a mapper first using kpartx command on server for vps disk and then run e2fsck and reszie2fs with the size you want.
Then resize your LV and then change size in disks table for that vps in phpmyadmin on panel.
Once its done, try to increase vps disk size by 1Gb from panel and then start vps and check.

Increasing size from panel by 1Gb for vps will help in updating partition table with vps.

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