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KVM linux guest, 2nd HDD, LVM partition or whole disk

I've got a RAID 10 arrays on a couple of KVM host machines. The RAID 10 array is one big VG. I usually create a small LV for guest disk image storage then the rest of the VG I carve out as LVs to add ...
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Resizing LVM within a in KVM-based VPS

I have a VPS (based on KVM, not sure which storage technology) for about two years now. It's mainly a learning machine, a utility proxy, or a seldom-used VPN gate, or whatever--no real work, no ...
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benchmarking ftp in 3 methods of virtualization

My Bachelor Final Project is about benchmarking visualization methods with ftp, web and mysql services: installing Debian on xen (para-visualization) kvm and lxc with equal resources config (equal ...
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Install grub on LV container for VM

I'm having difficult time installing grub in LVM LV container for a VM. This is the partition table: # parted /dev/mgtvg/linux2os print Model: Linux device-mapper (linear) (dm) Disk /dev/dm-7: 129GB ...
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Setup Cloudmin on Centos installed in LVM

I installed CentOS 6 with default LVM partition pattern. according to this pattern Can I use Cloudmin and store KVM Disks in LVM as Logical Volume? I think Cloudmin requires creating new logical ...
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Partitioning scheme for a virtual machine host

I am planning to use an Ubuntu Server 12.04 with KVM to create 2 virtual machines. Reading some docs on the net, I have found that a good approach is to use LVM based VM, so my idea is to have: 1 ...
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Should LVM partitions be used in virtual machine images?

Should LVM be used for the partitions when creating VM images (e.g., KVM images)? It seems like it adds complexity if you want to, say, mount a qcow2 image in the host if the image has LVM partitions. ...
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How to extend an ext3 partition over LVM inside a file (virtual machine)?

I need to extend the root partition of a virtual machine (VM) using LVM (Logical Volume Manager) . I can afford a few minutes of downtime so a VM shutdown/reboot is fine. The virtual hard disk is in ...