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Re: [Debian-User] Xen and LVM



On Sun, Feb 18, 2007 at 01:28:52PM -0700, Archive wrote:
> Information for the database server might involve languages and language 
> translation, and so on.  So there is an obvious need for data 
> management, data bases, etc., but my question to all reading this email 
> is: "Why LVM????"
> 
> So I am not arguing aginst LVM.  Those that use it and recommend it keep 
> telling me I should plan on using it.  I will do that if these same 
> people start explaining the features in way that makes sense to the 
> kinds of things I have been talking about.  It's of little value to just 
> do something because someone who knows more says it's the right thing to 
> do.  That's kind of like inheriting a jet plane but not knowing how to 
> fly it.  I need good hard facts and examples  or you will have to wait 
> until my knowledge base catches up to you guys who know all about LVM.

http://tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/whywouldiwantit.html

-- 
Chris.
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Don't forget to check that your /etc/apt/sources.lst entries point to 
etch and not testing, otherwise you may end up with a broken system once
etch goes stable.



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