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Buy Print Preview Book Removing the Old Physical Volume from the Volume Group

After you have moved the data off /dev/sdb1, you can remove it from the volume group.
[[email protected] ~]# vgreduce myvg /dev/sdb1
  Removed "/dev/sdb1" from volume group "myvg"
You can now reallocate the disk to another volume group or remove the disk from the system.

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