CentOS 7 KVM Template Disk Space Fix

NOTE: This ONLY applies to KVM VPS clients, not OpenVZ

After reinstalling your OS using the CentOS 7 KVM Template within SolusVM, you may end up with a real small / partition. 

In order to resolve this and get your full disk space, please run this simple command:

 resize2fs /dev/vda1 

Once you run that, run df -h to confirm the disk space is correct. 

If you continue to have issues, please contact support: https://hostodo.com/portal/submitticket.php

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