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CLI Reference

lvm

Use this command to control the logical volume manager (LVM) support on the FortiMail-VM platforms.

Since this feature is added in 5.2.0 release, if you’re upgrading from older FortiMail-VM releases to 5.2.0 release, LVM is not enabled by default. If you want to enable it, you must be aware that all the mail data and log data will be erased.

Syntax

execute lvm disable

execute lvm enable <percentage>

execute lvm extend <percentage>

execute lvm summary

Variable

Description

Default

disable

Stop LVM on the system.

 

enable <percentage>

Start LVM on the system. Also specify how much percent of the hard disk space will be allocated to the log disk. The remaining will be assigned to the mail disk. If not specified, the default percentage is 20.

enable (for new install)

20

extend <percentage>

Use this command to add new drives to the system. See above for the usage of percentage.

20

summary

Displays the LVM status and details.

 

lvm

Use this command to control the logical volume manager (LVM) support on the FortiMail-VM platforms.

Since this feature is added in 5.2.0 release, if you’re upgrading from older FortiMail-VM releases to 5.2.0 release, LVM is not enabled by default. If you want to enable it, you must be aware that all the mail data and log data will be erased.

Syntax

execute lvm disable

execute lvm enable <percentage>

execute lvm extend <percentage>

execute lvm summary

Variable

Description

Default

disable

Stop LVM on the system.

 

enable <percentage>

Start LVM on the system. Also specify how much percent of the hard disk space will be allocated to the log disk. The remaining will be assigned to the mail disk. If not specified, the default percentage is 20.

enable (for new install)

20

extend <percentage>

Use this command to add new drives to the system. See above for the usage of percentage.

20

summary

Displays the LVM status and details.