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Old September 20th, 2012, 09:49 AM
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Lvm

hai friends,
this is ravi,i have an idea about linux...i want know how to learns LVM's ..please give the suggestion how to prepare......

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Lvm

LVM stands for logical Volume management .As name suggests managing syatems logical volume or file system.Its using to extend or shrink partitions according to the usage.

three important terms
1.Volume groups
2.Physical volumes
3.logical volumes

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