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Attached volume not showing full size

I attached a 50GB volume with a Ubuntu instance. I performed the steps it told in the Config instructions. I even restarted the instance Still its showing 395MB not the whole 50GB. Please help.


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alexdo
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July 6, 2023

Hello @khuramjavaid

If I understand correctly you get that the volume is mounted but the total disk size is not 50GB and 395MB? Was the volume resized at some point or this is not the case?

You can check the docs about mounting volume here:

https://docs.digitalocean.com/products/volumes/how-to/mount/

Hope that this helps!

KFSys
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July 3, 2023

Hey @khuramjavaid,

I would assume you followed these steps:

https://docs.digitalocean.com/products/volumes/how-to/increase-size/#resize-the-volume-using-the-control-panel

Is that correct?

Additionally, when you enter your Droplet and type in

df -h

what do you see?

And if you list the mountpoints do you see the volume?

mount -l

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