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    Question Need assistence in logical volume extending.


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    I need the assistance in logical volume extend. I have been assigned a task for extending logical volume. My customer has a HP SAN connected with Linux HP server might be it having RHEL 4.5 or 5 i have not checked so this SAN has Raid 5 volumes and it is mounted in this box. My customer said he had 4 disks configured as raid 5 now he added a new disk in this array now he want to extend the logical volume of this volume. could you guide me the steps for performing this task.

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    Charanjit Singh

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    Whenever I modify the LVM on my server, I use the system graphical tool, 'system-config-lvm'. I've never used it over a raid array, however. You may need to install the tool first, but it should be available through the package manager or yum.
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    Some BIOS, like mine, have settings that you use for RAID setup, I don't use it or know much about it but it is there. I use an AMI BIOS.
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