# You are going to repeat the same LVM management operations (as your did with the ''centos2'' VM in '''lab3'''), but you will using command-line tools in the '''centos3''' VM. Since the centos3 VM only operates in command-line mode, you will need to refer to the '''"Logical Volume Management"''' link above.
# Write down the exact commands used at each step, and record appropriate command output:
#a Determine the current LVM configuration using the <code>pvs</code>, <code>vgs</code>, and <code>lvs</code> commands. ## Grow the home filesystem to 2G using the command <code>lvextend</code> and <code>resize2fs</code>. ## Create a new 2G LV containing an ext4 filesystem and mount it at /archive (use <code>mkdir</code>, <code>lvcreate</code>, <code>mkfs</code>, <code>mount</code>, edit the file <code>/etc/fstab</code>, and then reboot to confirm automatic mount). ## Copy the contents of <code>/etc</code> into <code>/archive</code>. ## Shrink <code>lv_archive</code> to 1G (use <code>umount</code>, <code>resize2fs</code>, <code>lvreduce</code>, and <code>mount</code>)
== Investigation 2: How can a PV be added to an existing VG using Command-Line Tools? ==