Tag: Logical Volumes

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Logical volume management (LVM) is a powerful storage administration framework that abstracts the physical layout of storage devices by introducing logical volumes. Taking advantage of the Linux device mapper kernel driver, LVM offers a software version of a storage area network (SAN), allowing for more efficient and flexible storage utilization and management through dynamic resizing and storage allocation.

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What is RAID?

RAID (or a Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) is a way of storing logical data across a medium which is composed of multiple physical hard disk drives blended into one or more logical units or volumes that is used for data redundancy, performance improvement, and reliability.

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