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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM limit on PE's/size?



      
>In general you should plan for the largest possible Logical Volume size
>during the lifetime of a Volume Group and set the Physical Extent size
>(vgcreate -s) acordingly. Even though Linux does not support more than 2TB
>per block device today, it will be in the future and you won't suffer from
>the LVM1 constraint ITR.
>
>Regards,
>Heinz    -- The LVM Guy --
>

    Is there any way to change the PE size `after the fact ' ?  I have a
255.99 GB logical volume ( three 80 GB drives ) with PE size set to 4 Mb.
Is there a non-destructive way to increase the PE size so that I can add
more drives ? Or do I have to back everything up and start from scratch ?
                                                   peter

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Peter Skensved                          Email : peter SNO Phy QueensU CA
Dept. of Physics,                       Phone:  (613) 533-2676
Queen's University,                     Fax:    (613) 533-6813
Kingston, Ontario,
Canada






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