Difference between pages "ATA Interface" and "Talk:Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM)"

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ATA is the AT Attachment interface, one of two major standards for connecting hard drives to general purpose computers. The other standard is [[SCSI]].
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PATA is the Parallel ATA specification. Mostly incorrectly referred to as IDE (Integrated Device Electronics) by a lot of vendors.
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SATA is the Serial ATA specification.
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ATAPI is an extension on the ATA standard for optical media, like CD, DVD, Blu-Ray.
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==References==
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AT_Attachment Wikipedia Article Parallel ATA]
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* [http://www.t10.org/t13/project/d1321r3-ATA-ATAPI-5.pdf ATA/ATAPI-5] T13 Technical Specification
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vgexport makes volume groups ''unknown'' to the system, vgimport makes exported volumes ''known'' to the system. See also [http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/recipemovevgtonewsys.html this]. You should also remember, that both vgexport/vgimport alter the data on the physical device. I also added "loop" option to the mount command example, since "-o ro" may alter the data in the file system (replay the journal, etc) [[User:.FUF|.FUF]] ([[User talk:.FUF|talk]]) 10:19, 7 May 2014 (CDT)

Latest revision as of 11:19, 7 May 2014

Should we change

To make the volume group known to the system
vgexport $VOLUMEGROUP

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To make the volume group known to the system
vgimport $VOLUMEGROUP

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vgexport makes volume groups unknown to the system, vgimport makes exported volumes known to the system. See also this. You should also remember, that both vgexport/vgimport alter the data on the physical device. I also added "loop" option to the mount command example, since "-o ro" may alter the data in the file system (replay the journal, etc) .FUF (talk) 10:19, 7 May 2014 (CDT)