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Old 08-27-2005, 10:47 AM   #1
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LVM and sys/block

I can't find back the questin I posted two days ago about it, so here itcomes again:

I have no LVM partitions but I need to know what they look like in sys/block. For example, a 'tree 'sys/block' might give me :



and so on.

What would it be with LVM volumes ? Or is there a special major / minor mode to be read in the 'dev' file ?

Thanks for your help.


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