Linux Logical Volume Manager Volumes

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Linux LVM is a logical volume manager for the Linux OS that manages disk drives and other data storage devices. Using it, It is possible to create single logical volumes on several physical disks, add and replace them in a running system, resize logical volumes, create various RAID configuration, and so on. You may read more about Linux LVM on this Wikipedia article: Logical Volume Manager (Linux).

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LVM volume example

LVM volume Imaging

R-Drive Image displays both LVM volumes and their components on the Partition Selection panel.

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LVM Volume

When you select a certain LVM volume, R-Drive Image also shows its respective members.

Data Restore from an Image of a LVM volume

You may restore data from an image of a LVM volumes with the limitations described in the Support for Various Disk Partition Schemes and File Systems section.

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LVM Volume