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Re: [linux-lvm] lvm -> "normal" system conversion



Dieter Stüken napisał(a):

Hi Maciej,

sorry, I don't exactly understand your current setting:
do sda/sdb form your raid md0? In both cases?
Does your LVM then resides on md0?
Are root, boot home and zasoby1/2 logical volumes?
You are right, I should explain my current configuration in more details. I apologize for that. Here it is:

lvm> version
 LVM version:     2.02.02 (2006-02-07)
 Library version: 1.02.05 (2006-04-19)
 Driver version:  4.4.0

lvm> pvs
 PV         VG   Fmt  Attr PSize  PFree
 /dev/md0   pv   lvm2 a-   74,53G    0

lvm> lvs
 LV      VG   Attr   LSize   Origin Snap%  Move Log Copy%
 boot    pv   -wi-ao 100,00M
 home    pv   -wi-ao   5,00G
 root    pv   -wi-ao  10,00G
 swap    pv   -wi-ao   2,00G
 zasoby1 pv   -wi-ao  30,00G
 zasoby2 pv   -wi-ao  27,43G

md0 is software raid type 1 matrix, which is made of sda1 and sdb1. Every part of the system (including boot and root) are on LVM2 LV. LILO as a boot loader.

My goal is to add a new hard drive (hde6) to the sytem and move root and boot from LVM2 to hde6. My second goal is to change boot loader from LILO to GRUB.

My questions are:
1. What is the quickiest and easiest way to perform such a conversion?
2. What is at least the rough sequence of steps to do?

Again, thanks in advance for help.

Kind regards,
Maciej (mslonik)

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