I have created a macOS Catalina EC2 instance on AWS with an EBS volume size of 60 GB. Then I resized the volume on AWS to 120 GB and tried the following commands to resize the APFS container accordingly:
PDISK=$(diskutil list physical external | head -n1 | cut -d" " -f1) APFSCONT=$(diskutil list physical external | grep "Apple_APFS" | tr -s " " | cut -d" " -f8) yes | sudo diskutil repairDisk $PDISK sudo diskutil apfs resizeContainer $APFSCONT 0
Unfortunately the last command gives me the following output:
Started APFS operation Error: -69743: The new size must be different than the existing size
That's the output of "diskutil list":
I am not sure about what's happening, but I am wondering, would it be possible to merge disk1 and disk0 into one disk? Without breaking the system, and where I could install applications as "normal".