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# longhorn-storage
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Hi @careful-australia-9472 we’ve bumped into the same thing when building a kubernetes based multi-cluster platform. What we’ve done is using the Linux eco-system/ toolbox. So: 1. have udev setup
1. create a udev rule that listens on system hardware events a. specifically for the type of disk you’re adding 2. then have a script kick of when such a disk is added a. the script of course will then format and so on the disk for use of the Longhorn storage pool Part of this script is adding the disk to an LVM2 ….
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And this LVM2 is the Longhorn storage space
I hope that helps.
Thanks @late-needle-80860 for the suggestion! I will try it
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@late-needle-80860 Thank you for providing a way to solve the problem.
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