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Migrating away from LVM

I have an Ubuntu home media server setup with 4.5TB split across a few hard-drives (1x3TB, 2x1TB) and I'm using LVM2 to manage the volumes. I have recently added a 60GB SSD to my server, and I wish to ...
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Gentoo Linux -> Ubuntu: Can I Preserve My LVM/RAID Devices, Or Do I Need To Reformat?

I've got a Gentoo box that I'm interested in switching over to an Ubuntu box. I currently have the partitions laid out using a mixture of RAID (mdadm) and LVM2, as specified in this document [1]. ...
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Can't boot Linux Mint 15 installed entirely in LVM. Where should grub 2.0 boot loader go?

I'm attempting to install Linux Mint 15 entirely within LVM (in four separate LVM logical volumes: / /boot /home swap I've set up the LVM configuration by booting into the Mint 15 Live environment ...
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How to add unallocated space to a logical volume? using LVM

This is how my 2 TB (GPT) hard disk looks like sda1 1 MiB Bios_boot sda2 1024 GB LVM --- vg1 1024 GB --- lv1 24 GB ext4 lv2 1000 GB ext4 800 GB ...
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LVM Unable to remove physical volume

Aim: To remove the physical volume from the LVM in order to reformat it. LVM Setup: 1x 2TB HDD 1x 3TB HDD Problem: When trying to pvmove, I get an error saying "No extents available for allocation" ...
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size of extent on LVM2

in LVM1 there was a limit of 65k extends. So size of extent had to been chosen carefully between wasted space on partitions (to big extent) and maximal possible size of logical volume (too small ...
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System cannot find LVM physical volumes, but rescue disk can

I have an old AMD box that I use mostly for experimenting stuff, and it runs Debian unstable. Yesterday I had to turn it off, and after that it wouldn't boot again. I have a couple of kernels ...
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Restore mdadm/lvm2 raid after overwriting partition table

I made a stupid mistake! I have an Ubuntu 11.10 and there I have 3x2TB disks in a RAID5 -> 4TB usable. I wanted to install a new 4TB disk in the computer. I opened gparted and created a GPT partition ...