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dedione
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I am testing and piloting virtualizor. Obviously it is a good and powerful software.
The main server I have successfully installed. But when I try to install KVM slave server, I always set unsuccessfully for LVM. I do not know how to format the hard drive and build LVM. Even once again led to my entire CentOS system kernel error.
Do you provide installation services?
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how to build and use LVM.
24x7CSM
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Contact your server provider and have them to reinstall the server as per the partition requirements of KVM and they will help you out.

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how to build and use LVM.
chirag
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Quote From : dedione December 31, 2017, 1:22 pm
I am testing and piloting virtualizor. Obviously it is a good and powerful software.
The main server I have successfully installed. But when I try to install KVM slave server, I always set unsuccessfully for LVM. I do not know how to format the hard drive and build LVM. Even once again led to my entire CentOS system kernel error.
Do you provide installation services?


Hi sir,

We can install Virtualizor on your server.
But before that you need to install the server as per the required partition scheme.

Please go through the following guide :
https://virtualizor.com/wiki/Install_KVM#Partition_Scheme

Let us know.

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