I ended up having to do vgcreate -s32M, that got me a 2TB LV Max. ALso, there is an issue which I'd like to discuss here on this list. It is about LVM1 and kernel stack clobbering. It's pretty terrible, and all roads, so far, seem to point at LVM. Austin On Mon, 2002-10-14 at 19:40, Steven Lembark wrote: > > What is the best way to get all 1.5TB in one LV? > > What are you using the space for? Nearly anything that would > handle that much space can divide the space up into multiple > areas (e.g., oracle tablespaces) that allow more reasonably > sized filesystems. > > > -- > Steven Lembark 2930 W. Palmer > Workhorse Computing Chicago, IL 60647 > +1 800 762 1582 > > _______________________________________________ > linux-lvm mailing list > linux-lvm sistina com > http://lists.sistina.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-lvm > read the LVM HOW-TO at http://tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/ -- Austin Gonyou <austin coremetrics com> Coremetrics, Inc.
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