I have an extra hard disk in my server that was formatted with extfs3 and mounted in the filesystem. The drive has nothing on it and I'm not learning about setting up LVM partitions. So I unmounted the partition /dev/sda1 and ran the command "pvcreate /dev/sda" but it tells me "Device /dev/sda not found". Can't I just put the whole drive under LVM instead of just a partition?
>>Can't I just put the whole drive under LVM instead of just a partition?<<
yes you can,
but first you have to know that using LVM assumes that the disk or disks you will be using do not have a formatted
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