How to prevent filesystem resize of guest boot device on first boot ?
Is there a way to partition the root disk when initially booting an instance ?
For example, when flavor (disk: 80GB) is used, 80GB is allocated to /dev/sda first partition
Scenario 1: Can we allocate space to partitions as follows instead ?
/dev/sda - 40GB /dev/sda1 - 20GB /dev/sda2 - 20GB
- Scenario 2: Can we keep the unused space as unallocated :
/dev/sda - 40GB Unallocated - 40GB
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.0 (RHOSP)
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x (RHEL)
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