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Old 07-10-2008, 03:12 AM   #1
murksel
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Determine free space in lvm/xen Environment


Hello,

does anybody know how to determine the free space of an ext3 volume inside lvm/xen Environment.

That seems simple, if the volume is mounted (df ...).
But I canīt mount the volume, because it is already mounted in a xen domU.

I tried tune2fs -l, but there are false values.
I tried to make a snapshot, but the volume is mirrored and lvm (on centos 5) does not support snapshots for mirrored volumes.

Can anybody help me?

regards,

Michael
 
Old 09-05-2011, 08:43 AM   #2
LukasB
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system-config-lvm

Hey,

I'm a complete beginner myself, but try

system-config-lvm

in Terminal, xterm or whatever you use.

It didnt come out of the box on my Fedora15, but yum installed it like a charm.

hope this helps,

L
 
  


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