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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM onFly features



David:

You are right. On AIX, it first runs, extendlv, and then a chfs...





On 12/15/05, David Johnston <david littlebald com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-12-11 at 10:32 -0500, Mag Gam wrote:
> > I know AIX LVM and FS act usually as one. Thats where I was going at....
> >
> > But, thats everyone for their replies!
>
> Not really.  The AIX configuration tools simplify things for you to the
> point that you might think that they are acting as one, but they work
> exactly the same way under AIX and Linux.  Look at the config tool's
> logs, and you will see that to expand a filesystem, it first calls lvm
> to expand the logical volume, then calls the jfs utility to expand the
> filesystem.  There are internal differences in the two implementations,
> but the division between logical block devices and filesystems is there
> under both AIX and Linux.
>
> -David
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