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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM Viewer / Manager app



Hi,

Regarding visual interfaces for volume managers, my all-time favorite is
the Veritas Visual Volume Administrator VXVA. I'll see if I can dig up a
few screenshots. Mind you, the new version of the volume administrator
(VMVA) traded the older (and in my opinion nicer) graphical display for
a boring list oriented display.

++Jos

bert hubert wrote:
> 
> Hi everybody,
> 
> In the progress of working on my much-disputed HOWTO, I programmed a tiny
> tool which visually shows you your LVM configuration. A screenshot is
> available on http://ds9a.nl/lvm-howto/. Source will be released soon but
> its far too ugly now :-)
> 
> I'm currenly thinking about making this a full blown LVM manager, does
> anybody have ideas on what the best paradigm would be? Perhaps people here
> have worked with HP/UX SAM, and have ideas.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> bert hubert.
> 
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