Chapter 3. LVM Administration Overview
3.1. Creating LVM Volumes in a Cluster
lvm.conffile for cluster-wide locking. Other than this setup, creating LVM logical volumes in a clustered environment is identical to creating LVM logical volumes on a single node. There is no difference in the LVM commands themselves, or in the LVM GUI interface.
lvmconfcommand, as follows:
lvmconfcommand modifies the
lvm.conffile to specify the appropriate locking type for clustered volumes.
clvmd) or the High Availability Logical Volume Management agents (HA-LVM). If you are not able to use either the
clvmddaemon or HA-LVM for operational reasons or because you do not have the correct entitlements, you must not use single-instance LVM on the shared disk as this may result in data corruption. If you have any concerns please contact your Red Hat service representative.