Resizing persistent volumes after after initial install
Before getting started with resizing persistent volumes, you’ll need the following in advance:
Ensure line “allowVolumeExpansion: true” exists in the default storage class. If this does not already exist in the default storage class, this can be done by editing the default storage class:
Find the default storage class by running
kubectl get storageclass it will have
(default) next to it.
Edit the storage class
kubectl edit storageclass <NAME> and add
allowVolumeExpansion: true so it looks like the following:
apiVersion: storage.k8s.io/v1 kind: StorageClass metadata: name: standard parameters: type: pd-standard provisioner: kubernetes.io/gce-pd allowVolumeExpansion: true reclaimPolicy: Delete
Currently as of Kubernetes 1.12, it is not possible to resize the disks of a StatefulSet by editing the StatefulSet, instead each PVC used by the StatefulSet pods needs to be edited and deleted for the new size to take affect:
Edit each PVC
kubectl --namespace=<NAMESPACE> edit pvc <PVC_NAME> and modify
spec.resources.requests.storage to the value you wish to set the new disk size to.
Delete the pods associated with the edited PVCs:
kubectl --namespace=<NAMESPACE> delete pod <POD_NAME>
Recreate the StatefulSet to keep things consistent by first deleting the StatefulSet without deleting the Pods and causing further downtime:
kubectl --namespace=<NAMESPACE> delete --cascade=false statefulset <STATEFUL_SET_NAME>
Storagesection by reconfiguring Bugsnag and applying the resulting YAML.