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Bug#255189: partman-auto: should use LVM



also sprach Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> [2004.06.25.1808 +0200]:
> On the other hand, if I'm installing a system with d-i, I probably
> don't want to use lvm. I prefer to keep my systems simple and
> I don't need the complication of lvm on them. This is a personal
> preference, and maybe I shouldn't be using the autopartitioner.
> But if lvm support is added, we need to at least consider giving
> users the option of profiles that don't use it.

Yes, certainly. In expert mode. But, provided that LVM has reached
a stable point (which it seems to have), the average user will
likely profit from LVM in that a second harddisk can be easily
inserted into the system. Much better than additional mount points
and the like...

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