Chapter 9. LVM (Logical Volume Manager)

Chapter 9. LVM (Logical Volume Manager)

9.1. What is LVM?
9.1.1. What is LVM2?
9.2. LVM Configuration
9.3. Automatic Partitioning
9.4. Manual LVM Partitioning
9.4.1. Creating the /boot/ Partition
9.4.2. Creating the LVM Physical Volumes
9.4.3. Creating the LVM Volume Groups
9.4.4. Creating the LVM Logical Volumes
9.5. Using the LVM utility system-config-lvm
9.5.1. Utilizing uninitialized entities
9.5.2. Adding Unallocated Volumes to a volume group
9.5.3. Migrating extents
9.5.4. Adding a new hard disk using LVM
9.5.5. Adding a new volume group
9.5.6. Extending a volume group
9.5.7. Editing a Logical Volume
9.6. Additional Resources
9.6.1. Installed Documentation
9.6.2. Useful Websites

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