[linux-lvm] Re: mac-fdisk and 0x8e partitions for LVM
Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete Dutra
ldutra at prefeitura.sp.gov.br
Fri Jan 16 07:08:01 UTC 2004
Em Qui, 2004-01-15 às 19:37, Mich Lanners escreveu:
> On 15 Jan, this message from Simon Vallet echoed through cyberspace:
> There is no problem at all keeping the Apple partition format for LVM.
> ( 2.0G) Linux native
> /dev/hda5 Apple_UNIX_SVR2 LVM-vg 14630752 @ 4603968 ( 7.0G) Linux native
> invisible to MacOS. Therefore, I don't need the Apple driver partitions.
> Nevertheless, I chose to use an Apple partition map (and not PC-style
> partitions) because Apple's partitioning scheme is less braindamaged (no
> logical partition within some primary partition etc..) and because it
> allows block-size granularity by default when assigning partition sizes
> (and not some legacy C/H/S size spec).
> So, for LVM, try again, and make sure you follow some HOWTO
Thanks for the info! It worked!
Indeed I didn't need any kind of mark or name for LVM. What misguided
me was precisely the LVM HOWTO, which instructed to mark the partition
as 0x8e. On your tips I just left it as free space, and LVM was quite
happy; when I had tried marking it as 0x8E or 0xDA or 0x83 or whatever,
it complained bitterly at vgcreate and pvdisplay.
So perhaps LVM and its documentation is too PC-centric... oi vei...
> The modified first.b is at:
Let me make this system work in my home LAN and I will try to get time
to make it boot freely!
Thanks a lot!
Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete Dutra <ldutra at prefeitura.sp.gov.br>
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