LFCS: How to Manage and Create LVM Using vgcreate, lvcreate and lvextend Commands – Part 11

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7 Responses

  1. Nuriddin says:

    when you created mount points for each LVs, /home/projects, /home.backups, how they got their mounting directory, ? just with mount -a command?

  2. reaz uddin mahmood says:

    Is there any scenario where someone will have two volume group? does it add any significance?

  3. @Alexandre,
    Good catch!
    Please replace the second appearance of Fig. 5 with Fig. 6. Alexandre is right. Please let me know if you still have this image or if you want me to resend it.

  4. Alexandre says:

    You ‘ve used this screenshot twice ( Find Logical Volume UUID ) . Is it normal ?

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