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NAME

       lvmconf — LVM configuration modifier

SYNOPSIS

       lvmconf    [--disable-cluster]    [--enable-cluster]   [--enable-halvm]
       [--disable-halvm]   [--file    <configfile>]    [--lockinglib    <lib>]
       [--lockinglibdir       <dir>]       [--services]      [--mirrorservice]
       [--startstopservices]

DESCRIPTION

       lvmconf is a script that modifies the locking configuration in  an  lvm
       configuration  file.  See lvm.conf(5). In addition to that, it can also
       set  Systemd  or  SysV  services  according  to  changes  in  the   lvm
       configuration if needed.

OPTIONS

       --disable-cluster
              Set  locking_type  to the default non-clustered type. Also reset
              lvmetad use to its default.

       --enable-cluster
              Set locking_type to the default clustered type on  this  system.
              Also disable lvmetad use as it is not yet supported in clustered
              environment.

       --disable-halvm
              Set locking_type to the default non-clustered type.  Also  reset
              lvmetad use to its default.

       --enable-halvm
              Set  locking_type suitable for HA LVM use.  Also disable lvmetad
              use as it is not yet supported in HA LVM environment.

       --file <configfile>
              Apply  the  changes  to  configfile  instead  of   the   default
              /etc/lvm/lvm.conf.

       --lockinglib <lib>
              Set  external  locking_library  locking  library  to  load if an
              external locking type is used.

       --lockinglibdir <dir>

       --services
              In addition to setting the lvm  configuration,  also  enable  or
              disable related Systemd or SysV clvmd and lvmetad services. This
              script does not configure services provided by cluster  resource
              agents.

       --mirrorservice
              Also  enable  or disable optional cmirrord service when handling
              services (applicable only with --services).

       --startstopservices
              In addition to enabling or disabling related services, start  or
              stop them immediately (applicable only with --services).

FILES

       /etc/lvm/lvm.conf

SEE ALSO

       lvm(8), lvm.conf(5)