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Using LVM Manager

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An introduction to the LVM Manager...
When you open the LVM Manager the first thing you will notice is that there are two views, a physical view and a logical view. The logical view shows the volume group and the backups or snapshots that have taken place. The physical view represents the physical volumes that make up the volume group. On the right you will see the volume group information including name, attributes, size available extents and at the bottom notice the UUID which helps the operating system determine how it is to work with the volume group.
 read more | mail this link | score:5810 | -Ray, March 19, 2008
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