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Re: [linux-lvm] Can LVM2 and CLVM co-exist

On Friday 28 October 2005 02:19 am, Patrick Caulfield wrote:
> Edward Muller wrote:
> > I have a system using LVM2 and recently setup a CORAID (www.coraid.com)
> > device. I'd like to use CLVM to manage the volumes on the device. But
> > someone mentioned that LVM2 and CLVM may be incompatible.
> What exactly are you trying to do?
> LVM2 & CLVM can't be incompatible - they are the same thing! installing the
> lvm2-cluster RPM doesn't replace any LVM2 components, it provides a new
> locking method for clustered VGs and a daemon to distribute the commands
> across the cluster.

What's an RPM? :-)
j/k - This is on gentoo linux and it's a separate package and doesn't depend 
on the lvm package.

But on investigating further I see that they compile lvm with clvm in that 
package. Presumably so you can have different versions of clvm and lvm 
installed. Why you would want to do that I don't know. 

Edward Muller - Interlix
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