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    Default Volume manager can not use added space

    I have upgraded our 6Tb unit to 11Tb since there was only 55Gb left. First by extending the RAID array and using pv resize afterwards.

    The manager now shows the unit (volume group) having 11Tb however I cannot use the extra 5Tb of storage since the slider won't go past the 55Gb mark, it seems the newly added space is seen by the volume group but cannot be used. I already have rebooted the system. Any clues on how to solve this problem?

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    Did the RAID complete the migration for the size? If so then please send in the logs to support@open-e.com so we can see what is happening. What RAID controller is it?
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    Todd Maxwell


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    The raid controller is an ARC-1680 and the controllers reports complete on the array expansion moreover: the volume manager reports 11000Tb.

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    Try one more restart of the system then send in the logs if this capacity does not return properly.
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    Hello,
    we have the same issue with a 3Ware 9650-SE 12-port Controller. We had 6x1TB in a RAID 6, added 3x1TB, waited for the controller to finish the resize and then did the pv resize. Now i see 6519GB in the volume manager, but cannot assign the space to the existing logical drives nor can i create new drives - the slider is just fixed. Same after 2 reboots.
    Is there any solution to this?

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    Send in a request to support@open-e.com with logs and and ask for remote support - i want them to look into this.
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    Todd Maxwell


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