Chapter 4. LVM Administration Overview
4.1. Creating LVM Volumes in a Cluster
clvmddaemon, must be started at boot time, as described in Section 2.4, “The Clustered Logical Volume Manager (CLVM)”.
lvm.conffile for cluster-wide locking. Information on configuring the
lvm.conffile to support clustered locking is provided within the
lvm.conffile itself. For information about the
lvm.conffile, see Appendix B, The LVM Configuration Files.
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.