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vgdisplay



SYNOPSIS

       vgdisplay      [-A|--activevolumegroups]      [-c|--colon]
       [-d|--debug]    [-D|--disk]    [-h|--help]    [-s|--short]
       [-v[v]|--verbose  [--verbose]]  [--version]  [VolumeGroup­
       Name...]


DESCRIPTION

       vgdisplay allows you to see the attributes of VolumeGroup­
       Name  (or  all  volume  groups if none is given) with it's
       physical and logical volumes and their sizes etc.

   OPTIONS
       -A, --activevolumegroups
              Only select the active volume groups.

       -c, --colon
              Generate colon seperated output for easier  parsing
              in scripts or programs.

              The values are:

              1  volume group name
              2  volume group access
              3  volume group status
              4  internal volume group number
              5  maximum number of logical volumes
              6  current number of logical volumes
              7  open count of all logical volumes in this volume group
              8  maximum logical volume size
              9  maximum number of physical volumes
              10 current number of physical volumes
              11 actual number of physical volumes
              12 size of volume group in kilobytes
              13 physical extent size
              14 total number of physical extents for this volume group
              15 allocated number of physical extents for this volume group
              16 free number of physical extents for this volume group
              17 uuid of volume group

       -d, --debug
              Enables  additional  debugging  output (if compiled
              with DEBUG).

       -D, --disk
              Show attributes from the  volume  group  descriptor
              area  on  disk(s).   Without  this  switch they are
              shown from the kernel.  Useful if the volume  group
              isn't activated.

       -h, --help
              Print  a  usage message on standard output and exit


DIAGNOSTICS

       vgdisplay returns an exit code of 0 for success  and  >  0
       for error:

       1  error reading VGDA
       2  volume group doesn't exist
       3  not all physical volumes of volume group online
       4  volume group not found
       5  no volume groups found at all
       6  error reading VGDA from lvmtab

       95 driver/module not in kernel
       96 invalid I/O protocol version
       97 error locking logical volume manager
       98 invalid lvmtab (run vgscan(8))
       99 invalid command line


SEE ALSO

       lvm(8), pvcreate(8), vgcreate(8), lvcreate(8)


AUTHOR

       Heinz Mauelshagen <Linux-LVM@Sistina.com>

Heinz Mauelshagen           LVM TOOLS                VGDISPLAY(8)
  




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