Starting in v2.4.0, the CSI PowerMax driver supports the expansion of Replicated Persistent Volumes (PVs). This expansion is done online, which is when the PVC is attached to any node.
- To use this feature, enable resizer in values.yaml:
resizer: enabled: true
- To use this feature, the storage class that is used to create the PVC must have the attribute allowVolumeExpansion set to
To resize a PVC, edit the existing PVC spec and set spec.resources.requests.storage to the intended size. For example, if you have a PVC
pmax-pvc-demo of size 5 Gi, then you can resize it to 10 Gi by updating the PVC:
kind: PersistentVolumeClaim apiVersion: v1 metadata: name: pmax-pvc-demo namespace: test spec: accessModes: - ReadWriteOnce volumeMode: Filesystem resources: requests: storage: 10Gi #Updated size from 5Gi to 10Gi storageClassName: powermax-expand-sc
Update remote PVC with expanded size:
Update the remote PVC size with the same size as on local PVC.
After sync with remote CSI driver, volume size will be updated to show new size.
NOTE: The Kubernetes Volume Expansion feature can only be used to increase the size of the volume, it cannot be used to shrink a volume.