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Chapter 7. LVM 1 Boot time scripts

Table of Contents
7.1. Caldera
7.2. Debian
7.3. Mandrake
7.4. Redhat
7.5. Slackware
7.6. SuSE

Boot-time scripts are not provided as part of the LVM distribution, however these are quite simple to do for yourself.

The startup of LVM requires just the following two commands:


 # vgscan
# vgchange -ay 
      

And the shutdown only one:


 # vgchange -an
      

Follow the instructions below depending on the distribution of Linux you are running.

 
 
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