Questions about: lvm

These are all the steps required to resize a LVM or LVM2 partition - sudo lvresize --verbose --resizefs -L -150G /dev/ubuntu/root sudo pvresize --setphysicalvolumesize {any size here} /dev/sda5 /dev/sda5: cannot resize to xxxxx extents as later ones
This question is related to another one by @Stefan, but it is not a duplicate of it. The questions are slightly different: the author simply wanted to know if this had been implemented, while I'm asking for help specifically on how to do this (in a p
Answer #: 1 You can think of LVM as “dynamic partitions”, meaning that you can create/resize/delete LVM “partitions” (they’re called “Logical Volumes” in LVM-speak) from the command line while your Linux system is running: no need to reboot the syste