Jump to: navigation, search

OPS235 Lab 5 - CentOS7 - HD2

1 byte added, 19:48, 16 March 2017
Changing centos3 to centos2
<li>Click the '''VM''' menu again, and return to the '''console''' view to access your centos2 VM display.</li>
<li>Issue the command: <b><code><span style="color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;">ls /dev/vd*</span></code></b>, what has changed?</li>
<li>Use '''fdisk''' (''refer to how to use in Part 1'') to create a new single '''primary''' partition for '''/dev/vdb''' that fills the ''entire'' disk, save partition table (accepting defaults prompts would work), restart your '''centos3centos2''' VM and then '''format''' that partition for file type: '''ext4'''.</li>
<li>Now we'll make the new device a '''physical volume''', add it to the '''volume group'''by issuing the following commands:<br><b><code><span style="color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;">pvcreate /dev/vdb1</span></code></b> (enter '''y''' to proceed - ignore warning)<br><b><code><span style="color:#3366CC;font-size:1.2em;">vgextend centos_centos2 /dev/vdb1</span></code></b></li>
<li>Re-issue the '''ssm list''' command to see if there is any change.</li>
[[Image:mount.png|thumb|700px|right|Using the '''mount''' command with no arguments displays file-systems that are already mounted. The Linux system administrator can use the '''mount''' and '''umount''' commands to connect and disconnect different partitions from the file-system to perform maintenance.]]
=== Part 3: Manually &amp; Automatically Mount Partitions ===

Navigation menu