[linux-lvm] Resising underlying array
georges.giralt at free.fr
Thu Jul 4 17:21:52 UTC 2013
Today was a terrible day at work. So I did not touch my array nor LVM.
But I thought about it.
As I will resize the first disk partition, I'll touch the beginning of
the PV (which is built on the mirror made of the second disk partitions).
So I wonder if LVM is "dumb" and won't notice that the first blocks are
not the old first blocks (provided that the underlying array is synced),
or if the LVM layer will loudly complain because the former blocks of
the beginning of the PV have moved (Am I right or wrong here ??) ???
I've to admit that I'm reluctant to touch this server, given the day I
So I beg, another time, for your advice.
Thanks for your help !
Le 04/07/2013 10:54, Bryn M. Reeves a écrit :
> On 07/03/2013 07:54 PM, matthew patton wrote:
>>> 200 MB for /boot was sensible years ago but now is a joke.
>> since when? All you need is 2 kernels. Have Linux 3.x kernels gotten
>> out of hand? I only use RHEL/Centos5 and 6 and I've never even come
>> close to running out.
> It partly depends on the distro and features you use - e.g. Fedora has
> preupgrade which uses /boot as temporary storage. This requires
> considerably more space than was required in the past (if you are going
> to use the feature - otherwise, carry on regardless :).
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