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Working with Physical Volumes

Summary

Physical Volumes

- A logical representaion of a partition

Physical volumes are created in order to create logical volumes. Logical volumes allow us to have something that looks like a phyiscal partition or disk that can be manipualted, span mulitiple volumes etc. 236 more words

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Linux Partitioning

Summary (more details further down) :

1. Create Partition with

$fdisk

If you create an extended partition you need to then create logical partitions within it before you can create the file system. 

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Scanning for new disk in a VMware host running Suse Linux 10 SP4

Scanning for new disk in a VMware host running Suse 10 SP4

root@linux:~ # cat /etc/*release
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (x86_64)
VERSION = 10…

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How to Add a Mount Point to a VirtualBox VM

I’m in the process of building a test VM on my MacBook using Oracle VirtualBox.  I’ve started by downloading and installing VirtualBox and then downloading the ‘Developer Days  Database App Development appliance from this page: 517 more words

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