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OPS235 Lab 4 - CentOS6

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# You should now have both <code>/dev/vda</code> and <code>/dev/vdb</code>.
# Record the size of the volume group and the amount of free space (Hint: use a command that you learned in a previous lab).
# Read the resource [http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Partition/fdisk_partitioning.html Partitioning with fdisk] to learn how to properly create a partition with the fdisk command.# Use fdisk to partition /dev/vdb with a Linux single partition that fills the whole disk.
# Check the messages printed when <code>fdisk</code> exits -- you may need to reboot the system in order for the new partition table to take effect.
# Mark ''vdb1'' as a physical volume usable by LVM.

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