Mount a LVM partition under Ubuntu
A LVM (Logical Volume Manager) partition can have many advantages. For example, you can resize partitions or take snapshots. But have you ever tried to mount a LVM volume under a freshly installed Ubuntu system?
sudo mkdir /mnt/mountpoint sudo apt-get install lvm2 sudo modprobe dm-mod sudo vgscan
sudo vgchange -ay <yourVolume> sudo lvs
sudo mount /dev/<yourVolume>/<logicalVolume> /mnt/mountpoint -o ro,user
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