You can display the current LVM configuration, or save the configuration to a file, with the
lvmconfig command. The
lvmconfig command displays the LVM configuration information after loading the
/etc/lvm/lvm.conf file and any other configuration files.
There are a variety of features that the
lvmconfig command provides, including the following;
You can dump the current lvm configuration merged with any tag configuration files.
You can dump all current configuration settings for which the values differ from the defaults.
You can dump all new configuration settings introduced in the current LVM version, in a specific LVM version.
You can dump all profilable configuration settings, either in their entirety or separately for command and metadata profiles. For information on LVM profiles see Section B.3, “LVM Profiles”
You can dump only the configuration settings for a specific version of LVM.
You can validate the current configuration.
For a full list of supported features and information on specifying the
lvmconfig options, see the
lvmconfig man page.