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How to change or create Lvm partition in Centos dedicate server after install OS in shell?

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Um, use the LVM tools? rpm -ql lvm (or rpm -ql lvm-tools or rpm -ql lvm2 or whatever the package is called) will show you a list of relevant tools, as will apropos lvm. Your question would be more useful if you told us what you want to do. –  Gilles Dec 23 '11 at 23:43
    
Hi dear friend i want create it for virtualization,(with zen) and install hypervm. my server have 2 Disk 750G...and 8G Ram.. after base installation(centos 5.7 x86_64) ..i changed disk one with this method : 1 - 200 MB EXT3 /boot 2 - 20 Gb EXT3 / 3 - 10 GB Swap 4 - End Of Space ( Linux LVM ) but after reboot ..my server Down.. ;( –  Alireza Heidari Seradj Dec 27 '11 at 2:27
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Using lvcreate/lvextend/etc. Exact command depends on what exactly you need to do.

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thanks dear..I want install xen-kernel ... –  Alireza Heidari Seradj Feb 14 '12 at 11:00
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