tenkros wrote:I am not used to get such kind of replies from companies who care for their customers.
tenkros wrote:Is it possible to increase the size of the virtual disk ?
Perryg wrote:Just a note. Gparted can assign a swap partition. When growing the primary partition stop short of the entire drive. Usually a few GB are all you need but if you want things like hibernate and ample disk space to swap you need to actually make it 1 1/2 times the size of RAM to 2 times the size of RAM. Be sure to mark it as swap.
shawnlau wrote:If you are using linux as a host OS, you will probably just run Vboxmanage with the clonevdi argument. E.g., Vboxmanage clonevdi "mydrive.vdi" "copyofmydrive.vdi"
shawnlau wrote:I've little doubt the clonevdi tool is just creating a command line from the options you check in the GUI.
mpack wrote:In fact it isn't. As it says in the link which you posted, the CloneVDI tool is "not just a front end for VBoxManage". It is entirely stand alone and does not require any part of VirtualBox to be present in order to work. Indeed, that's why it can do things which VBoxManage can't, such as enlarge a drive, or compact a filesystem that hasn't had sdelete / zerofree run on it first, etc.
shawnlau wrote:I guess the VDI file structure is listed somewhere on this site?
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