Df not updating solaris
If you are not able to modify the size of the disk, the provisioned size setting is greyed out.In my test I did not require either of those things at this stage (I do a reboot later on), straight after pressing ‘w’ in fdisk I was able to see the new /dev/sda3 partition of my 10gb of space as displayed in the below image.For Cent OS/RHEL run a “partx -a /dev/sda3” to avoid rebooting later on.You will see a warning which basically means in order to use the new table with the changes a system reboot is required.
If you can not see the new partition using “fdisk -l” you may be able to run “partprobe -s” to rescan the partitions.
Note that we do not have 4 primary partitions already in place, making this method possible.
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