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Re: [linux-lvm] vgscan & vgchange -a y location in startup scripts



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> 
> Thank you SO much.  I appreciate your prompt reply AND your hard work on this
> product!

Thank you!

> One more question:
> 
> To use lvreduce do I still need that Partition Magic file?  I don't believe that
> is going to work
> for me on the Alpha...

No, im' afraid you're right:
it doesn't work on the Alpha because there only is an Intel binary available.

But you don't need it, if you don't run the e2fsadm LVM command.

lvreduce and lvextend work without an installed resize2fs but they _don't_
extend or reduce a contained ext2 fs 8*(

Regards,
Heinz

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