Provided by: system-config-lvm_1.1.18-1ubuntu1_all
system-config-lvm - GUI for LVM
system-config-lvm provides a graphical interface to the LVM tools (and related utilities, including fsck and resize2fs) which is good for non-emergency storage administration. It enables you to manage your logical volume and filesystem configuration with a few mouse clicks, and it prevents potentially disastrous mistakes using commandline such as reducing a logical volume size before reducing the filesystem contained within that volume. WARNING: system-config-lvm does not recognize RAID elements as being in use, and therefore lists them as "Unitnitialized Entities". If you are using a LVM-on-RAID configuration, system- config-lvm will let you wipe out RAID elements by making them into PVs, so be careful about that. system-config-lvm does exactly what you tell it to do, so watch your click and think about it twice before acting.
system-config-lvm was written by Jim Parsons <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Philipp Huebner <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).