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1. Red Hat
I would like to ask you kindly if you don't know some quick and safe method how to shrink ext4 filesystem and reduce the size of a Logical Volume in Linux, please?
Thank you very much. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: los_bandidos
2. Red Hat
I want to create a file system dedicated for an application installation. But there is no space in volume group to create a new logical volume. There is enough space in other logical volume which is being mounted on /var.
I know we can use that logical volume and create a virtual... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: vamshigvk475
I just read that while creating a logical volume(LV) we can choose the region of the physical volume (PV) in which the LV should be created.
When I say region I mean: outer edge - outer middle - center - inner middle and inner edge.
Can anyone help me understand the utility... (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: adilyos
4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am new to unix. I am working on Red Hat Linux and side by side on AIX also. After reading the concepts of Storage, I am now really confused regarding the terminologies
Please help me to understand these concepts. (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: kashifsd17
I am a french computer technician, and i speak English just a little.
On Aix 5.3, I encounter a name conflict logical volume on two volume group.
The first volume lvnode01 is OK in rootvg and mounted. It is also consistent in the ODM
root # lsvg -l rootvg |grep lvnode01 ... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: dantares
Can anyone help me on how I can do a basic check on the Unix filesystems / physical volumes and logical volumes?
What items should I check, like where do I look at in smit? Or are there commands that I should execute?
I need to do this as I was informed by IBM that there seems to be... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: chipahoys
Does anyone have any simple methods for moving a current logical volume from one volume group to another? I do not wish to move the data from one physical volume to another. Basically, I want to "relink" the logical volume to exist in a different volume group. Any ideas? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: krisw
8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have logical volume group of 50GB, in which I have 2 logical volumes, LogVol01 and LogVol02, both are of 10GB.
If I extend LogVol01 further by 10GB, then it keeps the extended copy after logical volume 2. I want to know where it keeps this information
Himanshu (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: ghimanshu