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partition layout on redhat and Linux

could someone in simple Englist explain what is going on in these two lines word by word.  They are taken from a  Kickstart config file and relate to partition sises.  I want to modify them but dont understand them.  


part pv.100000 --size=8000 --grow
volgroup vg0 --pesize=32768 pv.100000
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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pe will create 32768MB of extents.

http://linux.die.net/man/8/vgchange
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what does this bit do --> part pv.100000 -
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sorry for got to past the complete pat I want to know what this line does
part pv.100000 --size=8000 --grow
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