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[linux-lvm] Antw.: LVM Alignement



Oh thx for the reply. I will check the offset with this command. If it is the default offset it would mean that a lvm only disk is aligned by default. Thx for help

Greetings

Lukas

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Von: "Alexander Dalloz" <ad+lists uni-x org>
An: "LVM general discussion and development" <linux-lvm redhat com>
Betreff: [linux-lvm] LVM Alignement
Datum: Fr., Jul. 22, 2011 20:37



> Hey all,
>
> i have a question about Lun / Partition alignment.
> If I use LVM in a Linux guest OS on a VMFS Datastore i can align my
> Partitions with mbralign.
> But the tool failes if I will try to use it on a LVM only VDisk. For
> example the second Disk of this guest OS.
>
> Did I need to align the second disk or did LVM take care of alignment ? I
> just mean a single VDisk with a single LVM VG.
>
> Greetings
>
> Lukas Matecki

By default LVM uses an offset of 192k, see:

# vgs -o +pe_start
  VG         #PV #LV #SN Attr   VSize VFree 1st PE
  VolGroup00   1   1   0 wz--n- 8,78G    0  192,00K

Alexander


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