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SubjectRe: shouldn't LVM support be selected by default?
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Robert P. J. Day <rpjday@mindspring.com> wrote:

> just built a new kernel and didn't notice that support for LVM
> wasn't selected by default for x86. given what i thought was fairly
> widespread use of LVM2, wouldn't it make sense to have this option as
> part of the default config?

If you don't know about LVM, you don't need it. Do you?
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