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Not using a partition is totally fine. The only struggle that can appear is, if you're exchanging a disk with a different vendor and your new disk is a few blocks smaller.
For Digital Ocean in particular, you can boot the droplet into a rescue image. For older distributions that boot from an external kernel, you can select to boot it into a rescue image yourself. For newer distributions that boot from a kernel inside the droplet, you can file a support ticket to have the rescue image mounted as an ISO. Once you are done with ...
Take a look at this answer, and a variety of searching, but the short answer is what you are talking about is not possible on a live filesystem unless it is possible to unmount the partition you wish to resize. Since it does not seem like that is possible in this case rebooting to a rescue image is probably the best option. If rebooting to a rescue image ...
99.9% of the time the reason this happens is because one or more files have been deleted, but there is a process which is still writing to the old file handle. When a program wants to perform I/O operations on a file, it asks the kernel "hey kernel, I would like to access the file /bla.txt and I want to be able to read and write to it". The kernel then ...
One possible solution is to extend the filesystem by 100GB, but there may be some data loss.Please take the backup of the desired filesystem. lvextend -L +100G /dev/vg_dev/lv_home resize2fs /dev/vg_dev/lv_home Then you can mount the filesytem. Hope this would solve your issue.
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