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Quote From : wolke June 17, 2018, 8:07 am
you can safely disable this rule, as it protects against a vulnerability in lower PHP versions. Your PHP is not affected and thus, does not benefit from this rule.

Thank you!
Sun, 17 Jun 2018 08:10:52 GMT
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<![CDATA[CRITICAL Vulnerability!!!]]> ]]> Sun, 17 Jun 2018 06:38:37 GMT <![CDATA[symlink for php folder doesn't exist AMPPS 3.8]]> Sun, 17 Jun 2018 03:19:06 GMT <![CDATA[Licence]]> Sat, 16 Jun 2018 22:13:49 GMT <![CDATA[Moving slave]]>

old HDD = /dev/sdb 
new HDD = /dev/sdc
(of course replace that with YOUR device)

Make sure, the new disk is equal or bigger in size then the old one!

pvcreate /dev/sdc


to see if the PV is created

Then add the newly created PV to the volumegroup (use vgdisplay to see the name of your volumegroup)
vgextend [YOUR_VOLUMEGROUP] /dev/sdc

Now you have 2 HDD in your volumegroup, the old one and the new one.

Now it´s time to move the data completely to the new one:
pvmove /dev/sdb

This will move all data of the old disk /dev/sdb to other disks in the volumegroup. You can specify the destination also, but there are only 2 disks....

Then you need to remove the old PV from the volumegroup:
vgreduce [YOUR_VOLUMEGROUP] /dev/sdb

check if anything goes like expected and remove the old hdd from the server.

--The End--
Sat, 16 Jun 2018 10:44:52 GMT
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