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LVM - Wikipedia

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In Linux, Logical Volume Manager (LVM) is a device mapper target that provides logical ... LVM can be considered as a thin software layer on top of the hard disks and ... Volume groups (VGs) can be ...

LVM 2 FAQ - The Linux Documentation Project

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Can I upgrade my LVM 1 based VGs and LVs to LVM 2 native format? 4.1.8. ... How resilient is LVM to a sudden renumbering of physical hard disks? 4.1.11.

LVM | Linux Systems and Network Administration

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Jun 3, 2006 ... Jane buys a similar PC but uses LVM to divide up the disk in a similar .... How resilient is LVM to a sudden renumbering of physical hard disks?

How to Manage and Use LVM (Logical Volume Management) in ...

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Feb 7, 2011 ... As stated before, LVM is a abstraction layer between your operating system and physical hard drives. What that means is your physical hard ...

Logical Volume Manager (LVM)

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With LVM, the hard drive or set of hard drives is allocated to one or more physical volumes. A physical volume can not span over more than one drive.

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LVM HOWTO - The Linux Documentation Project

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Added lvm2 boot-time scripts info; Added "Recover physical volume metadata" section ..... How resilient is LVM to a sudden renumbering of physical hard disks?

A Beginner's Guide To LVM - HowtoForge

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The system has six SCSI hard disks, /dev/sda - /dev/sdf. ... If you use multiple physical volumes, each logical volume can be bigger than one of the underlying  ...

Chapter 12. Advanced Administration

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RAID and LVM are both techniques to abstract the mounted volumes from their physical counterparts (actual hard-disk drives or partitions thereof); ... The goal of this system is to prevent data loss in case of hard disk failure. .... and the numbering of the array doesn't need to be correlated to the chosen amount of redundancy.