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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM & NFS



On Sat, 26 Aug 2000, Cristina Bulfon wrote:

> Any idea ? Is there any special configuration/setting to export LVM
> volumes via NFS?
> 

I've had no problems exporting LVM file systems via NFS

I've used both hard mounts nad auto mounts.  I've got a mix of Kernels
too.  

RH 6.0 2.2.10-lvm on an i686  
RH 6.2 2.2.15-lvm on a 2-processor i686 
RH 6.1 2.2.12 on an i486
RH 6.2 2.2.16-lvm on a 2-processor i686    
RH 6.2 2.2.16 on a i686    

To name a few.  All of the problems I had were NFS problems mostly
coz I didn't know anything about the automount. So even they were 
not problems in the end.

Don't ask why I use RH.  They fix(sp?) the kernel so you can't get LVM
in to their distributed Kernel source.

I've been running systems in anger with LVM for a good while now. 
Thats well over 12 months.  It's not let me down yet.  :-)
I was even pleasantly suprised that it even hacked my old 0xfe partition
in the latest lvm 0.8 version that uses 0x8e partitions.

Get work.  Thanks for LVM.  

Tom.
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