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Linux Logical Volume Management HOWTO

Logical Volume Management is the art of combining disks to create larger and more flexible filesystems. You can concatenate partitions to create huge volumes. It's also possible to create volume 'snapshots' which enable more or less 'hot' backups. But you can also transparently move data from one disk to another. This HOWTO helps you in a very hands-on way to use these amazing tools.

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  •  12 Apr 2000 16:52

    Release Notes: Lots of new content, fixes for lots of mistakes, links to patches needed to get LVM into shape on recent Linux kernels (2.3.99.*), pending the final merge, and a new author Richard Allen.

    •  02 Apr 2000 12:35

      Release Notes: Initial release and freshmeat announcement.

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