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logical_volume_manager [2014/11/24 02:09]
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 :It will probably report that some packages are missing, so use :It will probably report that some packages are missing, so use
  sudo apt-get install <...>  sudo apt-get install <...>
-:to install the missing packages.  ​<​code>​apt-get</​code> ​should then automatically install Webmin once the pre-requisites are installed.+:to install the missing packages.  ​''​apt-get'' ​should then automatically install Webmin once the pre-requisites are installed.
   * The Webmin installer should tell you the URL at which Webmin can be accessed - e.g. https://​hostname:​10000/​. ​ Visit this URL and log in as any user in the sudoers file (i.e. any user that can execute commands using sudo).   * The Webmin installer should tell you the URL at which Webmin can be accessed - e.g. https://​hostname:​10000/​. ​ Visit this URL and log in as any user in the sudoers file (i.e. any user that can execute commands using sudo).
   * Go to the **Logical Volume Management** page under the **Hardware** section on the left.   * Go to the **Logical Volume Management** page under the **Hardware** section on the left.
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 ===== Mirroring ===== ===== Mirroring =====
-**Note:** At least **three** physical disks need to be added to the Volume Group before 2-disk (i.e. <​code>​-m1</​code>​) mirroring can be enabled, as LVM needs to store a log of the mirroring state on a disk that isn't involved in the mirroring itself. ​ For a 3-disk (<​code>​-m2</​code>​) mirror, four physical disks need to be in the VG, etc.+**Note:** At least **three** physical disks need to be added to the Volume Group before 2-disk (i.e. ''​-m1''​) mirroring can be enabled, as LVM needs to store a log of the mirroring state on a disk that isn't involved in the mirroring itself. ​ For a 3-disk (''​-m2''​) mirror, four physical disks need to be in the VG, etc.
  
 To convert a logical volume so that it is mirrored onto another physical disk, use, e.g.: To convert a logical volume so that it is mirrored onto another physical disk, use, e.g.:
logical_volume_manager.txt · Last modified: 2014/11/24 02:15 by ben