I’m celebrating the 100,000 views mark on my “Logical Volume Management on #Linux” piece on +developerworks http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-lvm2/index.html
Actually, it’s almost at the 200,000 views mark if we consider both Russian and Japanese translations.
And it’s a 7 year article so it’s time for an update or a new article altogether. What would you like to see on the #LVM or #PowerLinux theme? Tweet or send comments!
Volume management is not new in the -ix world (UNIX, AIX, and so forth). And logical volume management (LVM) has been around since Linux kernel 2.4v1 and 2.6.9v2. This article reveals the most useful features of LVM2–a relatively new userspace toolset that provides logical volume management facilities–and suggests several ways to simplify your system administration tasks. Based on reader feedback, the author has updated Listings 10, 14, 15, and…