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size of extent on LVM2

in LVM1 there was a limit of 65k extends. So size of extent had to been chosen carefully between wasted space on partitions (to big extent) and maximal possible size of logical volume (too small ...
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Should I really leave some space unused with LVM partition?

I am migrating to a new server where I'm going to use LVM partitioning on a RAID 1 array (2 hard drives). I have read some tutorials which advise to leave some space unused so that I can expand the ...
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Format and partition device-mapper in LVM

I have a disk on a server: /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol02 that is about 5TB. I would like to format and partition it to make 2 500GB mount points. It doesn't even have to be in LVM. How can I take this ...
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Best Linux Partitioning for Multiple Resizeable HDD

My ISP has a machine with 6 HDDs (3TB+3TB+3TB+2TB+2TB+1TB) which we want to turn into a FTP/Download server for local users. I am planning to install CentOS 6.5 on one 2TB, rest of all space shall ...
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OEL fresh install while keeping old LogVols

I've been asked to install OEL 5.x on a server and setup a disk with a few directories (there's only one disk in the server). So I have an OEL 5.x server wtih multiple log volumes in a volume group: ...
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Ubuntu server - Installation to second harddisk - LVM

I have VPS with crashed filesystem ( missing /etc direcotry after fsck ) and 2 virtual block devices: /dev/vda and /dev/vdb Partitions on /dev/vda: 1# /boot 5# LVM root swap Partitions on ...
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Recommended solution to join partitions (disks) into single partition [closed]

I have 4 hard disks (1 Tb each) on server. It's debian wheezy, amd64. Disks 2,3 and 4 are not partitioned yet. I have to join them into single partition, it must be single filesystem/mountpoint for ...
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Shrink a mounted LVM partition

I fear I already know the answer to this question, but here goes. I need to carve out a new partition on a running system. /var/ is mounted from an LVM volume (hdd1_vg-var) and has only 3% used disk ...
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CentOS partition reporting out of space

I have CentOS server with 7 partitions and 2 of them are LVM partitions one is divided as 2 LVM partitions. While working with the production software the disk suddenly gets full in a folder that is ...
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1answer
51 views

Volume group not created

I have a Professional XXL with 2x 1TB HDDs (1TB RAID) server from velia.net and i want to create a volume group in it but when first i create pv it's showing. [root@xen17 ~]# pvcreate ...
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Resize LVM partition DomU Windows

I have a xen DomU running with Windows Server 2003 on a lvm partition has 10GB but i need more. if a Linux partition, I would do: # umount # lvextend -L +10G /dev/<VG>/<LV> # resize2fs ...
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Can LVM and Traditional Partitions Coexist?

Can you set up a machine in which different drives are formatted as either LVM volumes or as traditional partitions and mix and match the two? For e.g. have the LVM volume mounted as / and /home and ...
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1answer
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disk showing busy

Want to create LV Group but when i unmount /dev/sda5 this showing [root@xen01 ~]# umount /dev/sda5 umount: /: device is busy umount: /: device is busy This means disk /dev/sda5 is ...
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How to shrink Linux partition (sda2, type is Linux LVM)

I have sda disk with 2 partitions. The second partition sda2(which is LVM) is 1.4TB in size and want to shrink to 50GB. I reduced Logical volume to 50GB but when I run vgdisplay it shows Free PE / ...
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Ubuntu Webhosting Server: RAID1 with LVM to run OpenVZ powered shared Apache hosts

About my confusion. I'm trying to setup Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS onto two 1 TB physical hard drives built into a server. I don't have a lot of experience with Ubuntu Server yet but I'm familiar with ...
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Proper way to partition filesystem with Xen

I'm coming from a vmware environment, wanting to play with Xen. I have a server with 2 x 500G SATA drives (no hardware RAID available, have to use software-based RAID1). My partitions are all RAID1 ...
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In linux, how can I determine what processes are using a block device?

I have a disk in a server that I'm migrating to a LVM volume group. Previously, it was using traditional DOS-disk partitioning, hdb[1-5]. I've unmounted every filesystem from hdb, shut off swap ...