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grub + lvm
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- Subject: grub + lvm
- From: Casey Boone <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2004 06:21:41 -0600
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i go off searching for a discussion about grub supporting lvm and look
at what i find:
a post by our very own mr bryan smith :)
i am honestly suprised by the lack of lvm support in lilo and grub,
both seem to require a "normal" partition in order to function.
i personally would like to have my entire hda as an lvm physical
volume rather than hda1 or hda2. i suppose that there isnt much of a
disk space difference, but it is my understanding that ppc linux
distros can use hda as the pv and still boot.
oh well, add another to the wish list
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