I have an Ubuntu installation using LVM and LUKS encryption. LVM and encryption were chosen during the install process). While logged into it, I backup the full live system using rsync to another ...
This is my disk scheme sda1 /boot ext4 sda2 /somefiles ext4 sda3: lvm volgroup1/lvolume1 / ...
I've been experimenting with LVM and how I can use it for managing data on my NFS server. With everything that I've read about snapshots, I am still unsure about how they perform in real life. Why ...
I have a snapshot of the root filesystem that I want to boot with - bring the machine into a state it was a few days ago, run some tests and then go back to where I am right now. I tried editing ...
What are the commands to use in LVM in case I want to: create a read-only snapshot of a volume; (do some experiments in the volume); and then rollback the volume to the snapshot?