Currently 11Gb disk space added but now need to expand partition.
1. First, make sure you have
growpart installed. It is usually part of the
cloud-guest-utils package. You can install it using the package manager for your Linux distribution. For example, on Debian/Ubuntu-based systems, you can use:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install cloud-guest-utils
2. After installing
cloud-guest-utils, you can use the
growpart command to resize the partition. In your case, you want to resize the first partition (nvme0n1p1) to occupy the available free space on the disk.
sudo growpart /dev/nvme0n1 1
This command will resize the first partition (nvme0n1p1) to use all the available free space on the disk.
3. After you have extended the partition, you need to resize the file system to utilize the new partition size. The command you use will depend on the file system type. Assuming your root partition is formatted as ext4, you can use the following command:
sudo resize2fs /dev/nvme0n1p1
resize2fs command will resize the ext4 file system to use the entire size of the resized partition.