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luca.civinini@ctt

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Hello,
I've migrated a couple of host to VMWare version from the Windows one.
I'm missing the point on how to increase the default disk size as created by VMWARE deploy.
Even if I increase the disk size on VMWare side, it remains unchange on Kerio Control (I presume file system must be extended in some way).
Can anyone show me the light?

Thanks
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vaistor

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Hello
I ran into the same problem.
It is clear that the need to do a ssh or console.
But normal linux command not found.
How to be someone who can help to explain how it is desirable for a beginner.
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maa1

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UP!
why there is no response from tech support?
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ksnyder

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Extending a virtual disk only extends a virtual machine's disk. This does not automatically increase the size of the file system (such as NTFS for Windows and ext3 for Linux) within the guest. For more information on how to extend the virtual disk, see the documentation for your VMware product.

Ken Snyder
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giampos

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First extend VM disk.
Then Use a partition tool like gparted for linux. Boot from g-parted iso-image as virtual cd mapped on vmware VM (edit settings)and resize partition.
Please perform VM backup or clone before, and be careful
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