AFAIK, there is no easy way - however, given it's a VM, I believe it's
a simple matter to create another disk with LVM, migrate your data
across and Bob is your mother's brother.
On a secondary note, I largely hope that the information in your e-mail
was not, in fact, confidential. By posting mails to the ILUG list you
are implicitly agreeing to send it to numerous subscribers and also have
it hosted publicly on the internet. You may wish to consider using a
different signature / footer on your mails, or if it's the case that
your employer adds the dubiously binding legal text to the bottom of
every mail automatically, you may wish to educate them as to the
inadvisability of same. Indeed, if it is a corporate e-mail account (for
certain types of incorporated companies in Ireland) and mails emanating
from same should be considered corporate material, there are clear legal
requirements as to the information that MUST be contained in the footer,
which are conspicuous by their absence in the case of your previous
(PDF) for more information.
Hope this helps on both counts
-->Gar (trying to help and simultaneously trying to educate people on
the silliness of excessive and inappropriate e-mail signatures.)
Brian O'Mahony wrote:
> I recently created a rhel5 VM running on ESX. However during the install, I stupidly forgot to make it use LVM. Now I think I actually want it to use LVM. As it hasn't gone live yet, is there any easy way to convert the underlying disks to using LVM?
>> Im thinking there isn't, but thought I would ask...
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