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Re: Getting rid of /boot

Ryan Lynch wrote:

>>> Actually, the complexity is that Fedora for some insane reason still
>> defaults to using LVM for everything *other* than /boot.  This brings
>> no benefit to most users.
> With all due respect, the fact that one of us can't imagine the need
> for some technology doesn't say much, one way or another, about
> whether a general use case exists. In general, I find this attitude
> amusing, but you may have a point W.R.T. LVM.

As far as I can see, the poster was not objecting to LVM per se;
he was simply asserting that it should not be the default,
which I agree with.

I was an LVM fan for some time,
but ran into an insoluble problem a couple of years ago,
where some kind of corruption preventing me accessing my LVM partitions.
I came to the conclusion that the disadvantages of LVM
far outweighed the advantages.

Timothy Murphy  
e-mail: gayleard /at/ eircom.net
tel: +353-86-2336090, +353-1-2842366
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