What Should I Do If the Disk of a Linux ECS Becomes Offline After the ECS Specifications Are Modified?
After Linux ECS specifications are modified, disk attachment may fail. Therefore, check disk attachment after specifications modification. This section describes how to check disk attachment after ECS specifications are modified.
- Log in to the ECS as user root.
- Run the following command to view the disks attached before specifications modification:
As shown in Figure 1, the ECS has three disks attached: /dev/vda, /dev/vdb, and /dev/vdc.
- Run the following command to view disks attached after specifications modification:
As shown in Figure 2, only one disk /dev/vda is attached to the ECS.
- Check whether the number of disks obtained in step 3 is the same as that obtained in step 2.
- If the numbers are the same, the disk attachment is successful. No further action is required.
- If the numbers are different, the disk attachment failed. In such a case, go to step 5.
- Run the mount command to attach the affected disks.
For example, run the following command:
mount /dev/vbd1 /mnt/vbd1
In the preceding command, /dev/vbd1 is the disk to be attached, and /mnt/vbd1 is the path for disk attachment.
Ensure that /mnt/vbd1 is empty. Otherwise, the attachment will fail.
- Run the following commands to check whether the numbers of disks before and after specifications modification are the same:
df -h| grep '/dev/'
- If the numbers are the same, no further action is required.
- If the numbers are different, contact customer service.
As shown in Figure 3, the numbers of disks before and after specifications modification are the same. The disks are /dev/vda, /dev/vdb, and /dev/vdc.