To any who are interested, the open source tool "Clonezilla"  works with
LVM2 (not LVM1) very well.  It may not be as robust as Partimage, but many
people are using LVM now, so it is a solution.  I'm still not clear on the
benefits of LVM to be honest.

Cameron

On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 8:27 AM, Josh Thompson <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu>wrote:

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> Cameron,
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> partimage cannot handle partitions installed under LVM.  You need to
> install
> it with ext3 directly.
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> Josh
>
> On Tuesday January 04, 2011, Cameron Seay wrote:
> > I am trying to capture a hard drive image with Partimage.  The only
> problem
> > is I installed it to LVM and now Partimage won't recognize it.  Can I
> > switch to ext3 w/o losing the data, or is there a trick to getting
> > Partimage to see LVM?
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > Cameron
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