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Re: [linux-lvm] lvm-viewer/lvm-manager 0.2

what's the potential for destroying with it? ie when you say bugs, do
you feel they are mostly cosmetic, with the underlying interface to
LVM being pretty stable? or??

(i'd hate to run this and find that an LV was damaged/deleted.)


Paul Jakma.

On Sat, 22 Apr 2000, bert hubert wrote:

  Hi everybody,
  I just released lvm-viewer 0.2. I'm about to rename it to lvm-manager or
  perhaps lvmm. 
  It is currently very buggy and has some features which can be called
  'non-obvious' at best. If you don't press any of the buttons, or drag things
  around, it is very useful as an lvm-viewer :-)
  What I really want right now is feedback on the featureset and the GUI -
  most of the things I want to implement are currently there, this is your
  last chance to influence where I am heading :-)
  You can find it at http://ds9a.nl/lvm-viewer
  bert hubert.

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