[linux-lvm] /boot on lvm?
mogmios at mlug.missouri.edu
Wed May 26 16:03:07 UTC 2004
>>Having your root in a resizable volume has many advantages I think.
When I installed Fedora Core 2 the other day the installation program
was nice enough to allow me to setup LVM as easily as I could have setup
none LVM partitions but it wouldn't let me put /boot in LVM. Since I'd
already been told that doing so was possible I was a little disappointed
but otherwise everything worked well. It did let me put /usr, /var, and
/home in LVM.
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