How to Delete/Remove LVM (Logical) Volume in Linux

If the LVM volume (logical volume) is no longer required to use by LVM on the system. You can remove/delete it with the lvremove command using the following steps. But …

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How to Reduce/Shrink LVM’s (Logical Volume Resize) in Linux

Reducing/Shrinking the logical volume is the highest risk of data corruption. So try to avoid this kind of situation if possible, but go ahead if you have no other options. …

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How to Extend/Increase LVM’s (Logical Volume Resize) in Linux

Expanding the logical volume is extremely easy, it takes very few steps and can be done online without unmounting a certain logical volume. The main purpose of LVM is flexible …

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How to Create/Configure LVM (Logical Volume Management) in Linux

Logical Volume Manager (LVM) plays an important role in the Linux operating system by improving the availability, disk I/O, performance and capability of disk management. LVM is a widely used …

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How to Convert Text Files between Unix and DOS (Windows) Formats

As a Linux administrator, you may have noticed some requests from developers to convert files from DOS format to Unix format, and vice versa. This is because these files were …

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How to Become a root User In Linux

The root user is a privileged user on Linux, which is similar to an administrator on Windows. It performs all kinds of administrative operations, so do not give anyone root …

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How to Mount and Unmount File System/Partition in Linux

Generally, a file system must be mounted on a Linux system to access the contents. When adding a new hard disk to your system, you may need to use the …

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