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Re: [linux-lvm] shrink issue



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Andreas Dilger, on Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2001 22:53 wrote:
> On Oct 17, 2001  21:24 +0200, FEJF wrote:
> > is it possible to tell the lvmtools (when shrinking a lvm-volume with 
> > resizereiserfs and lvreduce) which hd should be used for free space and 
which 
> > should stay in the lvm ?
> 
> No.  When you reduce the size of an LV, the free space is made from the end
> of the LV only.  If you want to make a particular PV free, then you need to
> use "pvmove" to free any PEs that are allocated on it.
> 
> Cheers, Andreas

hmm... does "the end" means the last harddrive when counting hda, hdb...etc ?
f.e. if i have a hdb, hdc,hdd in the lvm and want the hdc free - does it help 
to change the hdc to hde an reduce the lvm then ?
fejf

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