Moving a Volume group from one system to another system without missing any underlying logical volumes and file systems.
Thinly Provisioned Logical volume is one of the advanced feature available in Logical volume Management, We can provision storage more than what we have.
Migrating Logical Volume by moving the extents from a PV to another PV when a faulty disk or the size of the disk need to be larger than the current one.
How to create Striped Logical Volumes in Logical Volume Management to get good I/O performance by balancing the data written to disks.
Shrink a Volume Group in logical volume management will be performed by sysadmins when the requirement in place to reduce the no of disks from a VG.
How to extend and reduce LVM logical volume management in Linux Operating Systems.
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Creating an LVM flexible filesystem in Linux server using Logical volume management (LVM) which helps to expand from small size to large in size on the fly.
In our last guide, we have seen how to manage user accounts using ansible. By following in this […]