What is Ext2, Ext3 & Ext4 and How to Create and Convert Linux File Systems

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  1. Dragos Alexe says:

    A nice way is to manage LVM through ssm. Only one step-we can create a logical volume and volume group, choose file system type.
    ex: sudo ssm create -s 200GB -n disk0 –fstype ext4 -p my_volume /dev/sda /mount

    So we create a volume group named “my_volume”, create a 200GB LVM volume named disk0, after that format the volume ext4 file system, and mount it under “/mount” mounting point.

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