LVM in enterprise
herlo1 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 08:00:56 MST 2008
> Actually it's the boot partition that probably will cause the most
> amount of trouble. Grub, last I checked, doesn't work well with LVM to
> fetch kernels and stuff. As for root partitions, the initial ramdisks
> on any modern distro will support LVM and auto-discovery of LVM volumes.
> In fact the default install of Fedora has used LVM for root for a couple
> of years now.
Grub v2 will solve these LVM and software RAID not being supported on
/boot. Check it out ->
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