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Re: [linux-lvm] Help with redhat install



> Although 2.4.2-2 has lvm support built in I don't believe it is enabled in
> the default kernel.  I think you have to recompile the kernel and enable
> it.

If you have to recompile the kernel to get LVM support and download the
userland lvm tools (since I don't see an lvm rpm), I don't think that
quite qualifies as "built in."

Jason.


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