Zhiqiang(Roger) Zhou
By: Zhiqiang(Roger) Zhou

November 10, 2020 10:58 am


Azure Shared Disks with “SLES for SAP / SLE HA 15 SP2”

Microsoft Azure Shared Disks now supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications and SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension 15 SP1 and above, as announced at July 2020 by Microsoft. With this new capability, it gives more flexibility to mission critical applications in the cloud environment, for example, SAP workload. Microsoft Azure Shared Disks […]

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By: mfaris01

May 5, 2010 10:23 am


Using Logical Volume Management (LVM) to Organize Your Disks on SLES 10

Gone are the days when we build a SUSE Enterprise Linux Server (SLES) and simply create one data partition for root (/) and one swap partition. Today's Linux servers have reached a level of maturity in the enterprise that calls for more file systems that are more versatile, configurable and manageable. Linux Logical Volume Management […]

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By: jrecord

August 22, 2008 6:50 pm


Rollback SLES Online Updates with LVM Snapshots

Overview Configuration Prepare to Update Update the System Accept the Update Reject the Update Rollback from Disaster Conclusion Overview This document is offered as an alternative solution to Rollback SLES Online Updates with Software RAID1. If you have your system disk configured with Logical Volume Management (LVM), you can implement this solution as a way […]

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By: DamianMyerscough

March 7, 2008 3:17 pm


Linux LVM (Logical Volume Management)

Linux LVM (Logical Volume Management) In this article we will cover some of the basics of LVM (Logical Volume Management). We will look at configuring LVM from the command line and we will also look at resizing volumes. In this article we have five gigabytes of free space, we will need to create two partitions […]

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By: jrecord

July 27, 2007 3:26 pm


Recovering a Lost LVM Volume Disk

Contents: Overview Server Configuration Disk Belonging to a Volume Group Removed Corrupted LVM Meta Data Disk Permanently Removed Conclusion Overview Logical Volume Management (LVM) provides a high level, flexible view of a server's disk storage. Though robust, problems can occur. The purpose of this document is to review the recovery process when a disk is […]

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