Elegantly reverting unintentional LVM changes

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This is the first in a series of articles we’ll eventually publish about various interesting tricks relating to LVM – the Linux Logical Volume Manager. Stay tuned for more coverage. Occasionally you find yourself having committed a change to LVM (e.g. extending a logical volume, removing a logical volume, etc.) that you didn’t intend to […]

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Large filesystem “support”

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I’ve written recently on how to handle systems with very large storage subsystems. One would think that as we make our way through 2009 that the supporting tools for such large filesystems are at the top of their game, but as I’ve been playing with 24TB of storage I’ve realised that this is hardly the […]

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