Logical Volume Manager (Linux) - Wikipedia
In Linux, Logical Volume Manager (LVM) is a device mapper framework that provides logical volume management for the Linux kernel. Most modern Linux distributions are LVM-aware to the point of being able to have their root file systems on a logical volume.
LVM - Debian Wiki
When formatting a LVM volume, you can choose between encrypted LVM or not encrypted LVM. Encrypted LVM is very strong, so if somehow you locked yourself out, unless you have backup...
How to Configure LVM in Linux (pvcreate, lvcreate, vgcreate)
Logical Volume Management (LVM) creates a layer of abstraction over physical storage, allowing you to create logical storage volumes. With LVM in place, you are not bothered with physical disk sizes...
A Beginner's Guide To LVM
This guide shows how to work with LVM (Logical Volume Management) on Linux. It also describes how to use LVM together with RAID1 in an extra chapter. As LVM is a rather abstract topic...
An Introduction to LVM Concepts, Terminology, and... | DigitalOcean
Introduction. LVM, or Logical Volume Management, is a storage device management technology that gives users the power to pool and abstract the physical layout of component storage devices for...
Lvm - Ubuntu Wiki
What is LVM. LVM stands for Logical Volume Management. It is a system of managing logical volumes, or filesystems, that is much more advanced and flexible than the traditional method of...