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Re: [Xen-users] Prevent partitioning on LVM

On Wed, Aug 05, 2009 at 03:41:39PM +0200, Michele wrote:
> Hi,
> I was wondering if there's a way to force a certain partitioning
> schema when using LVM.
> Let me explain: I would like to create two LVM volumes in the dom0,
> format one as ext3 and the other one as a swap partition. Then I'd
> like to install CentOS using the first one as the root partition and
> the second one as the swap partition. The problem is the installer
> wants to repartition both volumes. It says: "/dev/hda1 currently has a
> loop partition layout"
> Is there a way to create and format those volumes in a way that will
> be usable by the installer.

First of all you should present the LVM volumes as /dev/xvda1 and
/dev/xvda2, or even better as /dev/xvda and do the partitioning in the
CentOS installer in the domU.

-- Pasi

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