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Size of LVM header in non bootable disk

i have a query regarding the size of the LVM header. Since the LVM header of a bootable disk is always 2912KB. The header size of a non bootable disk is not fixed. In Bootable disk after the LVM header (2912 KB=5824 sectors)the user data starts or we can say LV extents starts.
If i extend any Logical volume from bootable disk to my 2nd hdd of the same VG. suppose i increase the size of /home LV 2GB to 5GB and it extended on the new hdd which i attatched on my machine.

If on PV1 512 PE(4MB) resides and remaining PE resides on 2nd hdd.
How i can trverse on the 2nd hdd from where my 513th extent start?
I am developing a C++ module that for this.
Please guide me how i can get this information.


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Environment Variables determines the language in which messages are displayed. If is not specified or is null, it defaults to "C" (see lang(5)). If any internationalization variable contains an invalid setting, all internationalization variables default to "C" (see environ(5)). EXAMPLES
Remove LVM data structure on the physical volume SEE ALSO
lvremove(1M), vgremove(1M), intro(7), lvm(7). pvremove(1M)

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