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OPS235 Lab 4 - CentOS6

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=Logical Volume Management (Continued) and Software Package User / Group Management=
==Introduction==
In this lab you're going to learn how to: :* Add a virtual hard disk and expand your vm's existing file system using LVM:* Administer (add, remove, modify) users on a Linux system.:* Save time while adding new users using a template of start-up files.:* Create and manage groups on a Linux system.
:* Learn how to add and remove software packages on your different Linux systems.
:* Learn how to properly adjust your various Linux file systems by using and managing LVM both graphically (centos2) as well as command line (centos3).
== Required Materials (Bring to All Labs) ==
==Prerequisites==
* Completion and Instructor "Sign-off" of Lab 2: [[OPS235 Lab 2 3 - CentOS6]]
==Linux Command Online Reference==
'''Please read this page to get an overview of LVM:'''<br /><br />
:* [[Logical Volume Management]] ('''Note:''' It is recommended to return to this guide as a reference when performing the next several investigations)
:* [http://fedoranews.org/alex/tutorial/rpm/ Using the RPM Utility]:* [http://www.centos.org/docs/5/html/yum/ Using the YUM Utility]
= Storage Setup (prior to starting Lab 4) =
At this point, having completed [[OPS235 Lab 3 - CentOS6|Lab 3]] you should have <u>'''roughly'''</u> the following disk storage setup:<br />
('''Note:''' These results are output from the '''vgs''', '''lvs''', and '''pvs''' commands within each virtual machine. You will be using these commands in the following lab investigations)<br /><br />

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