Chapter 5. LVM Configuration Examples

Chapter 5. LVM Configuration Examples

5.1. Creating an LVM Logical Volume on Three Disks
5.1.1. Creating the Physical Volumes
5.1.2. Creating the Volume Group
5.1.3. Creating the Logical Volume
5.1.4. Creating the File System
5.2. Creating a Striped Logical Volume
5.2.1. Creating the Physical Volumes
5.2.2. Creating the Volume Group
5.2.3. Creating the Logical Volume
5.2.4. Creating the File System
5.3. Splitting a Volume Group
5.3.1. Determining Free Space
5.3.2. Moving the Data
5.3.3. Splitting the Volume Group
5.3.4. Creating the New Logical Volume
5.3.5. Making a File System and Mounting the New Logical Volume
5.3.6. Activating and Mounting the Original Logical Volume
5.4. Removing a Disk from a Logical Volume
5.4.1. Moving Extents to Existing Physical Volumes
5.4.2. Moving Extents to a New Disk

This chapter provides some basic LVM configuration examples.


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