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How to Create LVM Volume group in Linux Easily

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This post will help show you How to Create LVM Volume group in Linux Easily.


1. We should have already created physical volume on disk using pvcreate. Refer this link to know how to create a physical volume (PV) on Linux

How to Create LVM Volume group?

Once you have found your physical volume is created using the command "pvs". Use "vgcreate" command to create a volume group.

vgcreate datavg /dev/sda /dev/sdb

"datavg" is the new volume group name.
/dev/sda and /dev/sdb - Disk initilized under LVM using pvcreate command.

Above command will create a volume group called "datavg" on two disk /dev/sda and /dev/sdb.

Use "vgs" command to confirm the newly created volume group is available or not.

Hope this post helped you to know How to Create LVM Volume group in Linux Easily.

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