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I am working in a production env & working with SAN team to extend the new hard disk in the production env.
I wanted to extend the disk through LVM as the existing disk is fully utilized.The disk is added in the production env by the SAN team but how can I see that the disk is added so that I can extend the disk using LVM.
Is there any command so that I can see that the disk has been addeed in the OS(redhat).
Sorry, I can't help with your questions, but it seems to me that you don't know much about this things. So may I ask, and no offense is meant, if you really think that doings things that you not really understand in a production environment is a good idea?