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That was my orginal options too. I was hoping some had
an "in place" way of doing it.

Thanks


--- Steven Lembark <lembark wrkhors com> wrote:
>  
> > Is there a utility to convert an existing ext2fs
> to a
> > lvm or do I have to due a complete new install???
> 
> if you aren't re-using the same acerage, just create
> the
> new LVM and cpio -p the data from old to new.  if
> you want
> to re-use the disk space then you'll have to back it
> up,
> make the LVM's and restore the contents.
> 
> -- 
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