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No. I can't think of any technical reason why there would be a downside to moving the pagefile location to another drive of sufficient size in your situation. In fact we do this for all of our servers to improve deduplication rates. Additionally, I have found that if you are running up against disk space limitations that WinDirStat is useful in identifying ...
You don't need vgreduce. You only have one VG. Looks like you are mostly concerned about /u02 since that is the largest partition and is using less than 1G For reducing LV, usually will need to unmount it first. That means if you ever want to reduce the / filesystem you will need to do it in rescue mode or single user mode. Process is otherwise the same ...
Sounds to me like too much complexity. That might just work against you and decrease performance, of yourself and of the software (incorrect setup for example). I would just put together a raid10 (using a hardware controller or mdadm, see for example: How to create a bootable redundant Debian system with a 3 or 4 (or more) disk software raid10?) for all ...
When I run into these problems, I turn to UFS Explorer... It's the only data recovery tool that I use for VMFS recovery. Find the right combination of OS and hardware resources and attempt to redirect the UFS Explorer scan output to another hardware device. Good luck! Next step would be a professional data recovery service.
I recommend you not try a design like this unless you are using a very recent Linux system which has completed the /usr move. You'll run into a variety of issues otherwise, the primary one being that packaged binaries are split between the shared filesystem and the unique per-machine filesystems. This completely negates any benefit you may have been aiming ...
If the disk image actually has a partition table, you can use kpartx to examine and/or mount it. To view: kpartx -l g5_boot.img To mount: kpartx -a g5_boot.img If the drive was GPT formatted, you may need to add the -g option.
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