Missing drive size?


my standard Ubuntu 12.04LTS droplet has the following setup:

Filesystem 1G-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda 20G 19G 1G 100% / udev 16G 1G 16G 1% /dev tmpfs 7G 1G 7G 1% /run none 1G 0G 1G 0% /run/lock none 16G 0G 16G 0% /run/shm

I should have 320GB, not 20 => How can I fix this? Is there any unmounted drive? If so, how could I find it?



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This is an issue that we ran into where if the original create failed for a larger sized droplet it would try to create the same RAM/CPU with a smaller disk drive as a failover but I think this isn’t clearly communicated so we will be looking to switch away from this and if the create for a larger sized volume fails it will just communicate that it was a failure so you can retry. <br> <br>This was an error on our part by not providing enough transparency in the create process.

Nope, after a new droplet using the image (with virtio eabled): <br> <br>Filesystem 1G-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on <br>/dev/vda 20G 19G 1G 100% / <br>udev 16G 1G 16G 1% /dev <br>tmpfs 7G 1G 7G 1% /run <br>none 1G 0G 1G 0% /run/lock <br>none 16G 0G 16G 0% /run/shm <br> <br>If I look in the control panel I do see: Size: 32 Gb | Disk: 320GB <br>But I do not understand how I can make the size available to my droplet? :(

Maybe just to add: I started the droplet from scratch and it should have been the complete size… I’m taking a snapshop now and seeing if I can rebuild it…