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[Xen-users] One or Two LVMs

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  • Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 19:03:02 +0530
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For Xen Paravirtualization is it better to use TWO LVM :
1) One for '/'
2) For SWAP


Is it better to have one LVM with two partitions in it i.e. for '/' and SWAP

Many guides make TWO LVMs and mount it as sda1 and sda2.
Will it impact perfomance if only one LVM is used with two partitions ?

Pulkit Gupta

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