# Adding space to a tenant volume

Use this procedure to increase the size of a tenant volume in a Control Center thin pool. For more information, see Control Center application data storage requirements.
1. Log in to the master host as root, or as a user with superuser privileges.
2. Identify the tenant device to resize.
serviced volume status
3. Display the device mapper name of the serviced thin pool.
grep -E '^\b*SERVICED_DM_THINPOOLDEV' /etc/default/serviced \
| sed -e 's/.*=//'
Typically, the name is /dev/mapper/serviced-serviced--pool.
4. Increase the size of the tenant device.
In the following command:
• Replace Device-Mapper-Name with the device mapper name of the thin pool.
• Replace Tenant-ID with the identifier of the tenant device.
• Replace Total-Size with the sum of the existing device size plus the space to add to the device, in gigabytes. Include the units identifier, G.
serviced-storage resize -d /opt/serviced/var/volumes \
-o dm.thinpooldev=Device-Mapper-Name Tenant-ID Total-SizeG