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11.4. Removing a volume group

Make sure that no logical volumes are present in the volume group, see later section for how to do this.

Deactivate the volume group:

# vgchange -a n my_volume_group
        

Now you actually remove the volume group:

# vgremove my_volume_group
        

 
 
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