RE: creating LVM partitions

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: redhat-install-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:redhat-install-
> list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rick Stevens
> Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 9:58 AM
> To: Getting started with Red Hat Linux
> Subject: Re: creating LVM partitions
> Thomas.vonSteiger@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >  Have a look here:
> >
> >
> US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/5/html/Installation_Guide/s1-
> diskpartitioning-x86.html
> >
> > After create lvm partition you need to goto lvm and create vg and
> lv's.
> One might add that once you create the VG (volume group), you'll create
> LVs (logical volumes) inside that volume group.  You can think of LVs
> as
> the LVM equivalents of partitions.
> To be honest, I really don't see a huge benefit of using multiple LVs
> except for backup purposes.  When you use LVM, you can always expand
> the
> volume group by adding a new PV (physical volume or disk) to the group
> and then expanding the LV onto that new PV.  However, it's your system,
> do what you will.
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I create multiple LVs, such as:


The first three is so that a user or log can't fill up /.
/usr so that you can't accidentally fill up / installing something.
/home so that a user can't accidentally fill up /; this is the most likely to need to grow as well.

/boot should never be an LVM because it will complicate matters getting access to it in the event your system won't boot.


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