RE: Use entire disk as PV.
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Why do you need to resize PVs for virtual machines? You allocate the extra space to your VM as another virtual drive or partition, then using LVM create another Physical Volume for that drive, add that Physical Volume to your Volume Group and Logical Volume, and extend the filesystem. No mucking around with an existing partition table.
I would be confused if I encountered a disk without a partition table – I’d probably assume it wasn’t formatted at all. Better to train your junior admins in standard practice?
“To err is human; to purr, feline.”
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