Environment Management
Manage the environment around the database, such as Cloud, Monitoring, Exaoperation and scalability
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Exasol on Docker has multiple options when it comes to data storage. You can either use a partition/disk or a storage file located in a specific location on the Docker host. To use block storage, you can create a logical volume as shown below: Create a logical volume 1. Add a physical device to LVM: $ pvcreate /dev/vda 2. Create a volume group: $ vgcreate VG1 /dev/vda 3. Create a logical volume: $ lvcreate --size 30G VG1 4. Add a filesystem: $ mkfs.ext4 /dev/VG1/lvol0 5. Mount: $ mount /dev/VG1/lvol0 /mnt/ 5.1. or Mount Permanently by adding it to /etc/fstab: $ echo   When you reach the limit of your storage device you can increase its capacity by executing the commands below: Increase the size of the physical device 1. Increase the size of the physical device: $ pvresize /dev/vda 2. Extend logical volume and resize the file system: $ lvextend -r -L +20GB /dev/VG1/lvol0 2.1. or if lvextend was executed without -r: $ resize2fs /dev/VG1/lvol0   If you prefer using a storage file, you can do the following: Add a disk to an existing volume group and logical volume 1. Add physical device to LVM: $ pvcreate /dev/vdb 2. Extend volume group: $ vgextend VG1 /dev/vdb 3. Extend logical volume and resize FS: $ lvextend -r -L+100G /dev/VG1/lvol0 3.1. or if lvextend was executed without -r: $ resize2fs /dev/VG1/lvol0 4. Enter container and enlarge file device: $ truncate --size=+10GB /exa/data/storage/dev.1 $ cshdd --enlarge -n 11 -h /exa/data/storage/dev.1  
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