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Re: [linux-lvm] Is LVM2 available on upstream kernel?



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Seokmann Ju wrote:
> Is LVM2 available on upstream kernel?
> If so, where is the source located in the tree?
> If not, can anyone share with me if there is any efforts going on to make this happen?

LVM2 is a purely user space application - there are no kernel components
to LVM itself. Instead, it uses the general device-mapper framework to
manage mapped devices. This is part of the mainline 2.6 kernel (you'll
find the code in the drivers/md directory in the kernel sources).

LVM2 sources are available here:

http://sourceware.org/lvm2/

Kind regards,
Bryn.
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