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6.1.1.3. Managing LVMs from the command line

Logical volumes are almost always used to contain filesystems (the other common use is to hold swapspace). In essence, an LV serves as a container for a filesystem. This has several ramifications:

Fedora's LVM2 system provides the lvm command for administration. Typing lvm by itself starts a specialized shell:

# lvm

lvm>


At the lvm> prompt, you can enter any of the subcommands shown in Table 6-1.

Table 6-1. LVM subcommands

LVM subcommand Description
vgs Displays details about volume groups (compact)
pvs Displays details about physical volumes (compact)
lvs Displays details about logical volumes (compact)
vgdisplay Displays details about volume groups (verbose)
pvdisplay Displays details about physical volumes (verbose)
lvdisplay Displays details about logical volumes (verbose)
vgcreate Creates a volume group
vgremove Removes a volume group
pvcreate Prepares a block device (such as a disk partition) for inclusion in a volume group by adding a disk label to the start of the block device
pvremove Wipes out the disk label created by pvcreate
vgextend Adds a physical volume to a volume group
vgremove Removes a physical volume from a volume group
pvmove Migrates data from one physical volume to another
lvcreate Creates a logical volume or snapshot LV
lvextend Grows a logical volume
lvreduce Shrinks a logical volume
lvresize Grows or shrinks a logical volume
vgscan Scans block devices for volume groups (necessary when using a rescue-mode boot)

You can also enter any of these subcommands as the first argument on the lvm command line:

# lvm lvs

LV VG Attr LSize Origin Snap% Move Log Copy%

home main -wi-ao 1.00G

multimedia main -wi-ao 512.00M

root main -wi-ao 9.77G

swap main -wi-ao 1.00G


Symbolic links have been set up from /usr/sbin/ > to /usr/sbin/lvm , so you can just type the name of the subcommand at the regular bash shell prompt:

# ls -l /usr/sbin/lvs

lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 3 Mar 20 14:49 /usr/sbin/lvs -> lvm

# lvs

LV VG Attr LSize Origin Snap% Move Log Copy%

home main -wi-ao 1.00G

multimedia main -wi-ao 512.00M

root main -wi-ao 9.77G

swap main -wi-ao 1.00G

The symbolic links are not available when you are in rescue mode (see Lab 10.6, "Using Rescue Mode on an Installation Disc"), so it's important to remember that you can also use these subcommands as arguments to the lvm command (for example, when in rescue mode, type lvm lvdisplay instead of lvdisplay).


6.1.1.2.5. Removing a partition | Fedora Linux | 6.1.1.3.1. LVM device names







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