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How To Enlarge a Virtual Machine’s Disk in VirtualBox or VMware
Select the virtual hard disk device in the list, click the Utilities button, and click Expand to expand the hard disk. Enter a larger maximum disk size and click the Expand button. VMware will increase the size of your virtual disk, although its partitions will remain the same size – see below for information on enlarging the partition.
It is quite easy to set up virtual machines using Virtual Box and other virtualization programs. You configure a few parameters such as disk size or memory, select an ISO image of an operating system, and wait for the program to create the virtual machine and install the operating system on it. Virtual machines are useful for many different tasks. You can use them to test updates or new software programs, to browse the Internet, and to chain VPN connections. Virtual Box users may change some properties of a virtual machine using the graphic user interface and others only from the command line. Here is a list of situations where you may need to change the properties: The disk size of the virtual machine image is not large enough or is too large. You want to enable or disable clipboard sharing or drag and drop. You want to increase or decrease the memory of the virtual machine. Virtual Box Settings You open the Settings of any virtual machine image in Virtualbox by right-clicking on it and selecting settings from the context menu. You may have noticed already that you cannot change some virtual machine properties using the GUI. It is for instance not possible to change the size of the virtual hard drive; that’s reserved to the command line. Virtual Box supports many different command line options to change the properties of a virtual machine image. These commands use VBox Manage modifyvm Image Path as the base command followed by the actual command. Linux and Mac users should not have issues figuring this out for their devices though. VBox is a file in the root directory of the Virtual Box installation on Windows. You find it under C:\Program Files\Oracle\Virtual Box by default. Start by opening a new command prompt window and navigating to the Virtual Box folder. Tip: if you use the command regularly, consider adding it as a system path so that you can run the commands from anywhere. Make sure the virtual machine that you want to modify is shut down. Tap on the Windows-key, type cmd.exe, and hit the Enter-key to start a command prompt window. Type cd C:\Program Files\Oracle\Virtual Box to switch to the Virtual Box root directory. Here is a short list of important commands: Resize virtual machine (VDI and VHD) Command: VBox Manage modifyvm “Path TOVDIImage” –resize Example: VBox Manage modifyhd “C:\Users\Martin\Virtual Box VMs\windows 7\windows 7.vdi” –resize 40000 Explanation: This changes the size of the virtual hard drive to 40000 MB Move virtual machine image Command: VBox Manage modifyvm “Path TOVDIImage” –move Example: VBox Manage modifyhd “C:\Users\Martin\Virtual Box VMs\windows 7\windows 7.vdi” –move “C:\virtual” Explanation: This moves the virtual machine image to the new location. Cap Virtual CPUs Command: VBox Manage modifyvm “Path TOVDIImage” –cpuexecutioncap Example: VBox Manage modifyhd “C:\Users\Martin\Virtual Box VMs\windows 7\windows 7.vdi” –cpuexecutioncap 50 Explanation: Caps the CPU use to 50%. part may be reproduced in any form without explicit written permission.