How To Expand an NVMe EBS Volumes After a Disk Resize on Amazon Linux

Author: , February 19th, 2021

First, use lsblk to see the raw partitions:

Note how the partition at 259:1 is only 20GB, while the entire disk at 259:0 is 40GB. A partition resize is required in this case.

For an EXT4 filesystem, use the resize2fs command instead:

For more information, please visit the AMW Docs: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/recognize-expanded-volume-linux.html

How To Locate Attached Disk Devices in Linux

Author: , April 24th, 2018

https://linux.die.net/man/8/lsblk # lsblk -a

How To Clean Up Lost Disk Space in MacOS High Sierra

Author: , October 12th, 2017

Reposted from https://mcbguru.blog/2017/10/12/macos-high-sierra-disk-space/ The new APFS creates snapshots during local Time Machine backups, and this can mean, especially if you’be been dealing with some large files, that when you delete them and empty the wastebasket, you don’t get your disk space back. The key is to look at your local backups, and the easiest method […]

How To Eject a Volume from the Terminal Command Line in MacOSX

Author: , December 8th, 2015

As always, YMMV…