Definicja Logical Volume Manager
A software-based technology that supports data redundancy by using disk mirroring.
The Logical Volume Manager functions at the operating system level. It associates a single logical file system with multiple physical copies of the data in a way that is transparent to users and applications. Data is available even if single disks fail.
Another technique to achieve disk mirroring is the hardware-based RAID technology.
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