On my 240 GB SSD I had at first two partitions, one containing the Logical Volume with Linux Mint and the other had contained a NTFS partition to share with Windows.
In his answer to the question “mixed raid types”, HBruijn suggests using LVM to implement RAID vs the more standard MDRAID.
Is it possible to move a logical volume from one volume group to another in whole?
I have to migrate a few servers to Linux, and one important aspect that I need to evaluate is that my new host system must have elastic storage capacity. Naturally, doing some basic research, I came across LVM.
use it with caution and not SysAdmin
I tried to grow my LVM (on luks) root partition with
I’ve read a bit about lvm and decided that I want to switch to using it. It seems like actually setting up lvm can be done from the debian installer, so I suppose that’ll be easiest. What I’m not sure about is how to copy all of my files to the new system.
I need to extend the LVM on one server. This is the output of
When I’m using the command “df -h” I’m having the following output :
I’m using Debian squeeze, and running LVM on top of software RAID 1.
I just accidentally just discovered that most of the links under
/dev/mapper are missing,
though my system seems to be still functioning correctly.