Manage Multiple Logical Volume Management Disks using Striping I/O

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10 Responses

  1. Feng Libo says:

    It is very useful, thanks. I have a question:
    if I define the strip to 1, so does this mean I can map LV to a specific physical drive? I think it is useful, for example, I want to snapshot LV located in a separated physical drive. By defining the strip to 1, I can do it, can’t I.

    Best Regards

    Feng Libo

  2. ThatsK says:

    first of all thanks for great article . In this article after finishing dmsetup we have to mount that device mapper to any directory or not.?????

  3. helloworld says:

    Thank You great

  4. Vincent says:

    Interesting article, just a few questions,

    is this the same as RAID0, I mean as far as performance goes ?

    Would this be a good idea to put the /home partition on to increase performance ?

    Thanks

  5. linux-zone says:

    what do you mean by below sentence in striping features paragraph ?
    Saves from hard write over and over to a single disk.

    tnxxx

  6. @ sandeep yes using metadata we can get back the data’ s.

  7. sandeep says:

    It is possible to get the data, if one LVM hard disk has failed.

  8. helloworld says:

    Nice, thanks

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