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My Droplet Size is 99.9% full now, I resized the Droplet to 50GB from 25GB still showing 24GB on Console

I was unable to start mysql service running with apache when notice the disk size is full.

Upgraded the server and still facing the same issue. When checking the console it doesnt seem to show the updated siz3e of the server. Tried adding volume and it showed the same issue.

Screenshot of the droplet size https://prnt.sc/yz17nb

Screenshot of the Console https://prnt.sc/yz107o


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Hello, @teckgeekz

Have you resized the disk after the droplet was upgraded from the control panel?

I will recommend you to double check the link which Sri provided:

https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/droplets/how-to/resize/#verifying-disk-resizes

For ext3/4 filesystems, use resize2fs to resize the filesystem.

  1. resize2fs /dev/vda1

For XFS, use xfs_growfs to resize the filesystem.

  1. xfs_growfs /dev/vda1

Regards, Alex

Hello @teckgeekz

Refer to below link, which would help you to proceed forward:

https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/droplets/how-to/resize/#verifying-disk-resizes

Hope this helps!

Cheers, Sri Charan