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lvm vs traditional partitioning

I heard lvm can be used to have partitions whose sizes can be changed over 
time in non-destructive way as far as the data is concerned.

1) Does anyone use this or is it still in an experimental state?

2) Are there any good websites which compare lvm against traditional 
partitioning? Like what are the advantages, disadvantages of each etc.,

3) Are there any new ways to have flexible partitions in one hard drive other 
than lvm?


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