[linux-lvm] Red Hat upgrade over existing LVM
nicku at vtc.edu.hk
Sat Apr 6 22:47:02 UTC 2002
Steve Wray wrote:
> If you are not too deeply committed to redhat as such,
> there is always mandrake; that supports LVM
> at install or upgrade time.
> If you install mandrake on top of your existing
> redhat/LVM system, the mandrake installer will
> see the existing volume groups and allow you to
> allocate them to mount points etc; thereby not
> *necessarily* losing data.
How is the Mandrake installation CD as a rescue disk? Does it support RAID
1 and 5, reiserfs, ext3 as well as LVM? (in terms of being able to mount
it all and read it).
This could be the great rescue disk we need!
Nick Urbanik RHCE nicku at vtc.edu.hk
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