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I want to remove hdisk1 from volume group diskpool_4 and migrate PV from hdisk1 to hdisk2 , but facing problems, so what is the quickest way to migratepv and remove hdisk1 --
# lspv | grep diskpool_4
hdisk1 00c7780e2e21ec86 diskpool_4 active
hdisk2 ... (2 Replies)
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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)
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data:
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4. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
I'm working in a lab that generates a good amount of data and we've just about filled our 9.1TB RAID.
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I want to create a volume group of 200 GB and then create different file systems on that.
please help me out. Its becomes confusing when the PP calculating PP.
I don't understand this concept. (2 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi there, normally if I want to remove a user tht I have added to a specific group, i would do the following
this is what my group2 looks like
# grep group2 /etc/group
user1 has been defined in a few groups
# id -nG user1
group1 group2 group3
So... (3 Replies)
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first of all, I want to make myself clear about my language. I'm brazilian, so I ask you all to understand if i commit any mistake with the grammar.
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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
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I would be very grateful if you could help me with removing the volume group.. The case is that, I was trying to create a volume group with 4 disk eligible, but the system has hang .. Maybe because the disks that I was trying to include into the new volume group were of too large size... (5 Replies)
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As part of a NIS implementation, (I think) I want to create a group (in /etc/group) that has users that do not exist on the target machine.
What effect will this have? Will it cause any problems?
Gary Cooper (1 Reply)
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