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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM onFly features



I know AIX LVM and FS act usually as one. Thats where I was going at....

But, thats everyone for their replies!

On 12/11/05, Fredrik Tolf <fredrik dolda2000 com> wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-12-10 at 22:38 -0500, Mag Gam wrote:
> > thanks everyone for their kind replies.
> >
> > So, will LVM and FS (ext2/3 in particular )ever be considered as 1?
> > This would be nice for ease of devt.
>
> If they would be considered as one, it wouldn't be LVM anymore. LVM is a
> pure block device layer, and as such will always have to FS layered
> above.
>
> However, stuff like Solaris ZFS does make sense, too, if you ask me.
> Having a filesystem managing several block devices allows for pretty
> neat stuff, such as per-file replication or striping, which would be
> really sweet.
>
> That said, such a thing would, of course, be completely unrelated to
> LVM.
>
> Fredrik Tolf
>
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