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Old 01-04-2005, 08:41 AM   #1
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LVM during FTP install


I just setup a FTP server to install RHEL 3.0 and used a boot CD to do a test install. I can connect to the FTP server fine and the install runs in text mode since graphical mode is not available during a FTP install. I have gotten to the partitioning section and I ma interested in using LVM. On CD based installs I have created a 100M /boot partition and then gave the rest of the disk to LVM. Then carved up the LVM space for /swap, /var, /, etc. During this install I was able to to do the first part, create /boot and the LVM. But I can not figure out how to carve up the LVM? can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

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