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Tutorial: Learning Linux LVM

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Also known as Storage management magic with Logical Volume Management.
In this article, Daniel introduces you to the concepts behind Linux LVM (Logical Volume Management) and shows you how to get the latest kernel patches and tools installed on your system. LVM allows you to create logical volumes out of the physical storage resources on your machine. However, unlike physical volumes, the logical volumes can be expanded and shrunk while the system is still running, providing Linux system administrators with the storage flexibility that they've until now only dreamed of.
 read more | mail this link | score:7933 | -Ray, April 23, 2001 (Updated: June 7, 2003)
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