I have started leaning on the virtual blade in the wave device, and have run out of space. I looked at the virtual server and it was setup with only a 30 gb hard drive. How do I find out what the actual disk space is on the wave device? Also if it is under utilized, is there a utility that I can use to expand the disk drive on the virtual server?
Below is our current disk space, it looks like I have enough space on the /vbspace to add a 30gb drive. Is there any way to use some of the space from the other directories to make the /vbspace larger?
Also what command did you use to get into configuration mode on the virtual-blade to add the disk(WAE(config-vb)#)? As a side note I did this with the blade running, I can't stop till after hours, but want to get the commands correct. also I am doing this from the CLI on the physical wave, not from the cm.
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