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SubjectRe: Volume Managers in Linux
In message <>, Florian Lohoff writes:
| On Mon, Nov 02, 1998 at 03:57:20PM -0600, Shawn Leas wrote:
| > not a mechanism by which filesystems are resized. Rather, it
| > provides a way to GRACEFULLY combine multiple physical volumes
| > into a virtual contiguous logical volume, and gives a STANDARD
| > interface to applying alocation policies and even RAID.
| Yep - And even this Ted thought of beeing integrated into the ext234
| filesystem

Erk. Logical volume management doesn't belong in the filesystem; it's a
device-like layer, not a filesystem-like layer.

brandon s. allbery [os/2][linux][solaris][japh]
system administrator [WAY too many hats]
carnegie mellon / electrical and computer engineering KF8NH
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